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Number of Shared Households Grows

It used to be that many Millennials were moving back into their parents’ homes during the Great Recession. Today, new research from Pew Research Center shows that many parents are moving into households of their adult children or other relatives. …

Peculiar Demographic Changes of Motherhood

A noticeable demographic change is happening to women of childbearing age. For years, fewer women were having children and those who were having children were having fewer children. All that has begun to reverse. There appears to be a demographic …

Annual State of the News Media

As the Goldman blog does each year, we make note of Pew Research Center’s comprehensive annual analysis of the news media. This important set of documents are a compendium of research done by Pew Research Center about the news …

First Time Trying the Internet

Pew Research Center decided to analyze people who have never used the Internet. Only about 12% of American adults are off-line. There are a number of reasons they do not use the Internet; but given the opportunity with technology and …

Our Changing Veteran Population

Pew Research Center has just released new statistical information about the changing veteran population in the United States. There are five key statistics that are mentioned. All point to great change in how we care for our veterans and who …

Demographics: No Spouses or Partners

Most people like some time to themselves; now they are finding they like their own company best. Pew Research Center has studied demographics for partnering and marriage and finds more Americans than ever prefer to live without a spouse or …

Trends in Digital and Social News Media

Pew Research Center has released a compilation of information on key digital and social news media trends. Much of this information has been examined by Pew in individual reports over the course of the year; however, in this article the …

Hispanics Making Huge Education Gains

According to Pew Research Center, the Hispanic dropout rate has hit new lows and college enrollment is at new highs. The article points out that this “is particularly noteworthy given the large increase in Hispanic enrollment in U.S. public …

The Changing U.S. Hispanic Population

Pew Research Center has an excellent analysis of how the U.S. Hispanic population of roughly 58 million is changing. They have been the primary driver of population growth in this country since the turn of the century, but now their …

Information Literacy Has Americans Divided

There is a large digital divide in America when it comes to information found online and how we assess it. A great tension exists between trusting digital information and wanting to learn new information. Pew Research Center has survey Americans …