More Americans see their country’s global influence weakening than strengthening
About 32% of adults in the U.S. say that their country's influence on the world stage has stayed roughly the…
Researchers find distinct dementia risks for people of African descent
The study is available in the journal Molecular Psychiatry.
Study finds warmer climatic temperature associated with more gun violence in America
The study was published in JAMA Network Open.
New survey finds many believe social media is good for democracy
The U.S. was seen as a major outlier upon examining the data.
Survey finds most K-12 parents felt their children’s education was negatively impacted during COVID-19
The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center.
Researchers suggest more should be done for children in child protection
The findings can be read in Child & Family Social Work.
New research explores racial bias in white American children
More than 640 White children residing in the United States were examined.
Survey finds anti-corporate views in America are now more common in both parties
The survey was conducted by the Pew Research Center throughout October 2022.
Americans are engaging more with science news than in 2017: survey
Nearly 25 percent of the sample reported talking about science news at least a few times a week.
Survey finds parents differ by political affiliation over what their K-12 children should learn
The survey was conducted throughout October of 2022.
Non-English speakers are almost never included in American pediatrics research
More than 5,000 articles met inclusion criteria.
American adults under 30 are almost as likely to trust social media news as national news outlets
The survey was conducted between July 18 and August 21, 2022.