Social media censorship in the US fails to tackle the rising trend of ‘disinformation-for-hire’ cyber troops.
Australians are highly engaged on the topic, yet don't have strong opinions either way. Among potential migrants, only Indians showed a high degree of interest in Australia as a destination.
People know a lot about their friends and neighbors – and pollsters can learn from that information, if they ask.
The way in which Australians think about leadership in the education sector has changed throughout the pandemic. It's seen as a public good, with ethics and accountability gaining in importance.
An expert on the history of polling has a first take on how pollsters did this year.
Many US states forbid foreign observers to monitor their elections, but as the 2020 presidential election nears, a poll finds broad public support for international election observers.
Public officials and individual citizens alike are more likely to oppose the presence of Confederate symbols when informed it may be bad for local business.
When you ask Americans what the word 'science' brings to mind, a majority respond 'hope.' Using this built-in brand can help communicate important science messages.
New research shows Australians are becoming more open to less punitive responses to drug use.
The Freedom Charter process was an imperfect but impressive attempt at capturing the will of the people and articulating an alternative vision to apartheid South Africa.
Data privacy is a major concern but people seem willing to download the app.
Vice presidential picks don't have much direct effect on campaigns, but can give voters insight on a candidate's judgment and leadership ability. Early Cabinet selections are likely to be similar.
Politicians should have acted faster and more decisively, survey data from four countries show.
American teens are much more perceptive about their political world than they are given credit for, a recent study shows.
How should the United States power its economy in 2050? A recent survey finds surprising agreement from Americans of all political stripes.
A scholar of social participation finds shared themes across protests in many states, not all of which fit common popular or media narratives about the events.
Critics say older people are being put at risk by the relaxed approach to social distancing. But they seem to be the most in favour of it, according to a new survey.
Almost everyone agrees with lockdown measures, but their feelings about doing it are very different.
Respondents wanted to look after older generations more than they wanted to focus on post-crisis growth.
If President Donald Trump were to start a conflict, many Americans would likely view as it a misguided effort. What would that mean for the troops?