Pew asked people in 17 countries how they felt about climate change. The survey found some optimism but also deep ideological divides, particularly in the United States.
Profit-friendly data privacy laws in the U.S. are out of step with public sentiment and hinder uses the public supports, from reducing opioid overdose deaths to curbing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recent surveys of refugees in NSW show high levels of trust in the government and police — counter to recent suggestions that people in western Sydney haven’t built up trust in government.
Some skeptics say that the growing prevalence of transgender teens is a fad. But history and some recent research show it’s not so simple.
Ahead of June 18 presidential elections, a new survey found that only around a quarter of Iranians plan to vote.
The proportion was the largest the study’s authors had ever seen.
A survey finds that hardship disparities across racial and ethnic groups have persisted throughout the pandemic.
Over half of the 50 nations in the International Federation of Journalists survey said coverage of China had become more positive in their national media since the onset of the pandemic.
The majority of country press audiences prefer to read their local paper in print than online. In fact, many said they would stop reading their papers if they went digital only.
As the conversation about race and diversity becomes more common, why haven’t we updated our census to reflect that?
At least half of Australians and New Zealanders in a recent study believed in one major conspiracy theory.
Half of LGBTQ participants in a recent study experienced discrimination, insults, bullying or abuse while playing, watching or talking about sports.
We need to commit to creating safe and inclusive environments for trans and non-binary youth, because when they have those supportive environments, they thrive.
A new survey shows that while younger men generally had more progressive views than older men on gender roles, they also endorsed such ideas as men’s use of violence and control in relationships.
Two-thirds of those surveyed want it linked to wages.
When the scientific establishment gets involved in partisan politics, surveys suggest, there are unintended consequences – especially for conservatives.
A recent survey by the Pew Research Centre shows negative views toward China have reached their highest levels in nine countries since polling began over a decade ago.
A recent Pew survey showed just how deep the divide has become, with about 40% of registered voters saying that they didn’t have a single close friend supporting a different presidential candidate.
While many people said they drank more during the pandemic, others actually drank less, mainly because socialising at clubs, pubs and parties wasn’t possible.
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.