Friday, January 10, 2014
A recent Pew Research Center analysis finds that one-third of Americans reject the theory of evolution, believing that “humans and other living things have existed in their present form since the beginning of time.” Brooke speaks to Edward Caudill, author of Intelligently Designed: How Creationists Built the Campaign Against Evolution, who says that modern media has been a godsend for Creationists.
Friday, March 22, 2013
This week, the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism released its annual “State of the News Media” report, detailing the health, or in this case the frailty, of mainstream US media online and off. The report contained a litany of grim statistics about the consumption and economics of news. Bob talks to Pew Associate Director Mark Jurkowitz, who says the situation isn’t is bleak as it could be.
Beastie Boys - Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament
Friday, June 22, 2012
Deepa Iyer, head of the National Council of Asian Pacific Americans and executive director of South Asian Americans Leading Together, and Cary Funk, a senior researcher at the Pew Research Center, discuss a recent Pew study, "The Rise of Asian Americans", that concluded that Asians have surpassed Hispanics as the fastest growing immigrant group in the U.S.
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
By Steffen Schmidt : IAFC Blogger
In Wisconsin, it was a race for the left and right corners of the political spectrum. Will the rest of the country follow suit?
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Any control that campaigns had over messaging is lost as we, a collective audience, “like,” upload, and review the best and the worst of politics through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Despite the high-profile controversies over mosques and other related issues over the last year, Muslim Americans felt far more positive about the direction of this country than the general public, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey of Muslim attitudes.
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
New Yorkers are alarmed about the state's finances, and they'd rather cut spending than raise taxes to make up future budget shortfalls. Those findings are from a phone survey of more than one thousand New York residents by the Pew Center on the States. The survey was part of a broader look at public opinion in five states that are making tough money choices in a time of scarcity.