surveys

12.13.17

EXCLUSIVE: Only 22% of Americans think the GOP tax plan will lower their taxes

Republicans are determined to get their tax legislation signed, sealed, and delivered to President Trump’s desk next week, and yet according to a new VICE News/SurveyMonkey online poll, 56 percent of Americans oppose the tax reform proposals.

9.20.17

A Shocking Number of College Kids Think Violence Against a Speaker Is OK

The results of a recent study on free speech suggest the future of the First Amendment is in peril.

4.15.17

Are Software Developers Miserable?

A new survey attempts to quantify the unhappiness of programmers.

10.28.16

New Annoying Ransomware Forces Victims to Take Online Surveys

You gotta be kidding.

10.27.16

How Gary Johnson Lost Millennials

New polls reveal that the Libertarian candidate is losing support among young people—and the ones who say they'll vote for him aren't all that sure about it.

9.19.16

A Shocking Number of Canadians Don’t Get Climate Change, Vaccines or GMOs

A whopping 40 percent think the science is 'unclear' on climate change.

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8.16.16

A New Study Says Weed Use Among Weed Users Has Skyrocketed

But a weed habit is expensive.

6.14.16

The Results of the Global Drug Survey Show That When It Comes to MDMA Less Is More

With purity at an all time high, experts advise users to 'start with a half.'

6.1.16

White Men Love Donald Trump Even More Than We Thought, Poll Says

With or without college degrees, Trump reigns supreme for white men in the US.

3.7.16

New Survey Raises Worries About Embedded Systems That Can Kill

Embedded systems are what control our machines. A full third of them aren't designed to safety standards.

2.24.16

Internet Fame and Crippling Obsession Collide in Coming-of-Age Novel 'Surveys'

Fashion editor Natasha Stagg's debut novel is a harrowing, philosophical meditation on selfies, relationships, and online culture. We talked to the author about her process and her chosen theme: blinding romantic jealousy.

2.4.16

The Unknown, Poorly Paid Labor Force Powering Academic Research

Researchers are increasingly relying on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk and its crowdsourced labor.

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