44 Percent of Americans 18-27 Have Deleted the Facebook App This Year, Poll Finds
A new study shows that young people are moving away from the Facebook app and, at the very least, are changing their privacy settings.
Fifty Percent of Mechanical Turk Workers Have College Degrees, Study Finds
A new study finds Mechanical Turk workers are overeducated and underpaid.
A Third of Americans Have Never Even Heard of Uber
A new survey shows which populations are using ride-sharing apps, and it’s exactly who you’d think.
Internet Freedom Is Actively Dissolving in America
Broadband access is declining, data caps are becoming commonplace, surveillance is increasing, and encryption is under attack.
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New Study Says America Is Slowly Getting Less Religious and More Tolerant
A massive new survey from Pew found that America is inching toward godlessness.
Why Do Women Perform Worse on Science Questions Than Men?
A Pew survey revealed a gender gap in respondents' knowledge of science questions.
New Poll Confirms What We Already Knew: Americans Don't Know Much About Science
A new Pew poll suggests that Americans can only answer a handful of basic science knowledge questions.
The 'Cost of Caring' on Social Media
Your dramatic acquaintances can be emotionally draining.
Atheists Are Banned From Holding Public Office In Seven US States
Non-believers are rallying behind old-fashioned laws in states like Arkansas and Maryland to seek more clout in the US political arena.
Touchscreen Romance: How Modern Couples Get Connected
A new survey from the Pew Internet & American Life Project explores how digital technology and social media shape modern American couples.
When Americans Are Willing to Die
Is there proof of a lingering Schiavo effect?