The report is based on the analysis of more than 500 bodies of research that has delved into the impacts of women leaders and politics.
A vast majority of Americans held unfavorable views of China, reaching new historic highs, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey finds.
Americans are divided on their views as to whether the coronavirus pandemic poses a major threat to the general public's health, a new survey finds.
Initiated by the US-based nonpartisan think tank Pew Research Center, the study involved more than 4,000 adult respondents.
The survey was conducted between mid-March and early-April of 2020, according to Pew Research Center.
Younger Americans tend to have more favorable views of other countries compared to their elders, a new survey finds.
Both China and Germany have surged in global influence in recent times particularly the result of pandemic-related responses and stronger transatlantic cooperation, according to a new report.
The majority of respondents in a survey shared dislike toward both the Republican and Democratic presumptive nominee this general election cycle.
To examine the extent to which people consume inaccurate news on social media, researchers analyzed a two-year span of posts from 750 adult users on Facebook and Twitter.