POLL: Most White People Don't Think They Enjoy Privilege Over Blacks
Also, water is wet.
How the World Views Trump's Presidency in One Crazy Chart
The Pew Research Center asked people in 37 countries how confident they are that President Donald Trump will “do the right thing.” Here’s how they responded.
STUDY: What Did People Google Throughout the Flint Water Crisis?
Searches suggest Flint residents knew something was wrong with their water before government officials or local media did.
REPORT: Latest Federal Arrest Numbers Show a Focus on Immigration-Related Offenses
Federal law enforcement arrested more people for immigration-related offenses in 2014 than they did for drugs, weapons and property crimes combined.
Survey Reveals Partisan Divide in Support For Right to Protest and Freedom of the Press
Less than half of Republicans think maintaining the free press is important to democracy.
The Gap Between How Black and White Americans View Police, In 3 Charts
A new poll from the Pew Research Center makes it startlingly clear that—when it comes to interactions with law enforcement—there truly are two Americas.
STUDY: #BlackLivesMatter Hashtag Has Encouraged Racial Discourse
The Pew Research Center report also found that the popular hashtag is used eight times more often than #AllLivesMatter.
New App Shoots to Mobilize Latino Millenials Ahead of General Election
Unidos offers users voter registration information and a bilingual news feed featuring stories relevant to young Latino voters.
REPORT: You'll Never Guess How Many White People Say They Support #BlackLivesMatter
A new survey reveals that Blacks and Whites have vastly different views on the nation’s progress toward racial equality.
SURVEY: U.S. Afro-Latinos More Likely to Identify as White Than Black
The Pew Research Center survey also revealed that a quarter of Afro-Latinos report their race as “Hispanic.”
Study Unveils Subconscious Racial Bias in Asian, Black, White, Biracial People
Study shows that few people are actually walking around with no racial bias.
Report: Child Poverty Rate Holds Steady for Blacks, Down for Everyone Else
The poverty rate for black children is holding steady at 38 percent, while the rate of Asian, Latino and white American children living in an impoverished household dropped to 20 percent.
ICYMI: Pew Study Suggests Demographics Affect Science Views More Than Political Party
The study counters the popular narrative about bi-partisan polarization on all political issues.