Counterintuitively, current tensions between the White House and the media have made the relationship healthier.
Tag: Pew Research Center
The one thing Trump and Clinton supporters agree on
A new Pew study finds voters don’t agree on basic facts.
What is news, anyway? A new Pew study raises the question.
The Pew Research Center just released a new study on the news preferences of the American public. The findings make for unsurprising reading.
When contempt breeds ignorance: The Iran deal edition
Months of noisy, bitter debate over the proposed Iran deal has resulted in greater public ignorance on the issue, according to a Pew report.
Are cell phones making Americans ruder?
Pew study shows cell phone etiquette is in flux.
Whatever your age, you probably don’t trust Rush Limbaugh
The Pew Research Center has released a report on where the generations get their political news.
Many Americans aren’t taking government surveillance seriously
Pew reports study of things public does to protect personal privacy: not much.
Report: Scientists are feeling sort of sulky
Pew releases a study on science and the public
Are privacy’s days numbered? Pew asks experts to weigh in
For Pew, experts predict the future of privacy
Reporters, flacks, and America’s future
Pew issues troubling report on journalism and PR.
The press has been as hard on Obama’s stance on Syria as the public
The press has been as hard on Obama’s stance on Syria as the public.
The Fox and the hounding
Fox News hasn’t rushed to cover the phone-hacking scandal in Britain
Latest research says social media is not making us weird
Social media users are not more antisocial than the norm, a new Pew study reports
Dial M for Media
Pew finds a cool reception for pay news apps.
Old-Timers and Social Media
Older adults are discovering social networking in a big way.