Pew Research Center
While only a small percentage of U.S. adults get their news from Twitter, those that do tend to be young, mobile and well-educated.
Does it seem as though members of the Gen Y population are not marrying at the rate of their predecessors? It’s not your imagination. A survey conducted by the Pew Research Center indicates that just 20% of of this generation, ages 18-34, are married.
Finding flawed material on students’ work, has reportedly prompted more teachers to teach online research skills.
New findings from the Pew Research Center indicate that women today are the primary breadwinners in 40 percent of households with children.
Still, the average teen Facebook user had 300 friends, and 7 in 10 said they are friends with their parents.
Have you ever taken “a break” from Facebook? If so, you are not alone, and in the majority according to a new survey.
A Pew report two years ago noted that 40 percent of Philadelphia parents believed they did not have enough information about the school choice options available to them.
The survey was done by the Pew Research Center.
A Pew study of the Free Library of Philadelphia found it’s struggling to cope with changing needs and declining funding.
According to census data and surveys, 15 percent of all new marriages in this country are between partners of different ethnicities.
Technology could be poised to take a big bite out of the cost of college. Though you would think that’d be a good thing, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds that many Americans aren’t willing to give up the traditional halls of higher learning just yet.
With rising costs and the purpose of a college education being questioned, a new survey suggests college presidents are concerned about the value of higher education as well.
Inside an old union hall in Linwood, McCann is spreading the word; On Saturday, May 21st, he says, the world will come to an end.
Only 30% to 60% of people over 65 ever go online compared with the US average of 79% according to a Pew Research Center study; however, those 74 and over are the fastest growing group on social-networking sites.