Pew Research Center just released 5 research facts about Americans and video games. One point is clear, we really like our video games, so much so that 43% of all adults often or sometimes play video games. When it comes …
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Millennial men and women as compared to their grandparents of fifty years ago are statistically much different, but for Millennial women the shift is dramatic. Pew Research Center has posted a statistical comparison of Millennials and the Silent Generation. What …
Pew Research Center has decided to define the Millennial generation as, “Anyone born between 1981 and 1996 (ages 22-37 in 2018) will be considered a Millennial, and anyone born from 1997 onward will be part of a new generation.” They …
Americans have mixed opinions on science news seen on social media websites. For the most part they are distrustful according to Pew Research Center. “Twice as many social media users distrust science posts on these sites than trust them.” However, …
Last week Pew Research Center came out with its annual “State of the News Media” report which they have been producing since 2004. It is actually a series of fact sheets that document the evolving way we consume news. For …
Last week the Goldman blog identified a news quiz from Pew Research Center. We had no trouble scoring ten out of ten when we took it. Pew Research Center also surveyed Americans to see how the population as a …
For those who are not familiar with the term “Internet of Things”, it is the internet connection made by people with all manner of electronic or mechanical devices used to take measurements or communicate. There are enormous and profound implications …
Pew Research Center has just published the latest analysis of consumers who get their news from digital sources and how they then react to it. Online consumers were equally likely to get news from a news website as from a …