Nonpartisan, non-advocacy @pewresearch data on the state of news and information in a changing society.
RT @michaelbarthel: New from @MonicaRAnders: In regulating teens' screen time, parents are split on whether kids today face a totally diffe…
Media Headlines: - New Gawker editor named ahead of site relaunch. - A look at misinformation on Instagram. - Facebook explains why the Christchurch video wasn't detected. & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2CzRLoC
RT @pewresearch: More than 8-in-10 Americans are worried about the ability of political leaders to solve the country’s biggest problems; ab…
Almost seven-in-ten Americans (68%) feel worn out by the amount of news there is these days. https://pewrsr.ch/2JhBLbX
Both @facebook and @Google made up about half (52%) of all digital display advertising revenue in 2017. You can find more #StateOfTheNewsMedia data here: https://pewrsr.ch/2sio707
In Today's News: Google starts 'subscriptions lab' for local publishers, @WSJ plans to join Apple's paid news service & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2CvHBoG
Across Western Europe trust in the public news media is higher than trust in private media. https://pewrsr.ch/2HCJi3v
RT @pewjournalism: In the U.S., newsroom employees are more than twice as likely as other workers to be college graduates. But they tend to…
More Americans have *a lot* of trust in the information they get from professional news organizations than from friends and family or social media. http://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
In the U.S., newsroom employees are more than twice as likely as other workers to be college graduates. But they tend to make less money than college-educated workers in other industries. http://pewrsr.ch/2zRiImL
In 2018, 57% of the digital-native news outlets studied had an app for either iOS, Android, or both. https://pewrsr.ch/2vG0fYs
While most Americans still think news media criticism keeps political leaders in line, Democrats and Republicans are sharply divided. https://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
RT @pewjournalism: In wealthier countries, people are much more likely to get their news online daily. http://pewrsr.ch/2mr9xlQ https://t.co…
In wealthier countries, people are much more likely to get their news online daily. http://pewrsr.ch/2mr9xlQ
Daily Briefing: White House announces new press pass policy, a look at YouTube's efforts to curb video of New Zealand shooting, a top exec reflects on the impact of C-Span & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2Fmf8Ue
Across eight Western European countries, % of adults ages 18-29 who get news at least daily from social media: 🇩🇰 Denmark 75% 🇮🇹 Italy 74% 🇫🇷 France 69% 🇸🇪 Sweden 68% 🇪🇸 Spain 65% 🇬🇧 UK 61% 🇳🇱 Netherlands 55% 🇩🇪 Germany 50% https://pewrsr.ch/2DbK75A
INTERACTIVE: See which platforms different age groups turn to for their news in eight Western European countries: https://pewrsr.ch/2Ddn9eu
In Today's News: Facebook's local news feature is limited by lack of local news availability, Trump criticizes multiple Fox News anchors & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2Fe371P
AM/FM radio reaches almost the entire U.S. population, while online radio and podcasting audiences continue to grow: https://pewrsr.ch/2sAXJlN
About six-in-ten newsroom employees (61%) are male, compared with 53% of all U.S. workers. https://pewrsr.ch/2Rs9kMo
One-in-five U.S. adults say they often get news via social media, slightly higher than the share who often do so from print newspapers (16%) http://pewrsr.ch/2B6oyzZ
Nearly three quarters (76%) of adults ages 18-49 who prefer to read the news also prefer to get their news online, compared with 43% of those 50+. https://pewrsr.ch/2PgPpP0
In the U.S., newsroom employees are more than twice as likely as other workers to be college graduates. But they tend to make less money than college-educated workers in other industries. http://pewrsr.ch/2zRiImL
Regardless of demographic traits Republicans generally feel misunderstood by the news media. https://pewrsr.ch/2Rynz6K
Between Jan. 2017 and April 2018, sizable shares of the largest U.S. newspapers and digital-native news outlets experienced layoffs https://pewrsr.ch/2NFwahF.
Out of 5 factual statements, % of U.S. adults who correctly classified __ factual statements as factual: Two or fewer-28% Three or four-46% All five-26% https://pewrsr.ch/2tgLlVW
In Today's News: News press coalition highlights attacks on journalists, several news outlets and social media sites share videos & manifesto from New Zealand attacker & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2XWGwQd
Of those who prefer reading the news, % who say they prefer getting news on each platform: 🖱️ Online – 63% 📰 Print – 17% 📺 TV – 10% 📻 Radio – 8% https://pewrsr.ch/2PgPpP0
Across the eight Western European countries studied, broad majorities of all age groups agree that the news media are important to the functioning of the country’s society: https://pewrsr.ch/2CPBBIx
56% of adults support steps by tech companies to restrict false info online, even if it limits some freedoms online. https://pewrsr.ch/2vrXImb
Media Headlines: Tennessee Supreme Court expands protections for reporters, a reporting service nearly doubles the number of statehouse journalists & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2TElaIO
RT @pewglobal: In most emerging economies surveyed, few adults say they use three or more social media platforms https://pewrsr.ch/2HlrFsK ht…
In 2017, 39,210 people worked as reporters, editors, photographers, or film and video editors in the newspaper industry - down 15% from 2014 & 45% from 2004. http://pewrsr.ch/2qELXC1
In Today's News: Democratic lawmakers introduce the Journalist Protection Act, several of Fox News' advertisers remove or pause ads & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2O5nQJu
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to feel personally connected to their main source of national news (54% vs. 42%, respectively). https://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
In 2017 and 2018, partisan divides in support of the news media’s watchdog role are largest ever measured. https://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
Media Headlines: - Fox News stars face criticism over comments. - NY magazine announces layoffs. - BBC under investigation for equal pay violations. & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2Hh6UPm
26% of social media users say they mostly trust the posts they see about science. http://pewrsr.ch/2yqsB8c
While most Americans expect national news stories to be accurate, most also say news organizations cover up mistakes. https://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
In Today's News: BuzzFeed positions itself for long-term stability, a look at the decline of small local newspapers & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2NVNnEI
When asked what social media news consumers 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗲 most about getting news on social media, concerns about inaccuracy top the list, followed by concerns about political bias and quality of the news. https://pewrsr.ch/2Qee8VE
RT @pewresearch: Americans continue to prefer watching the news rather than reading or listening to it, and their viewing loyalties have ye…
From 2016 to 2017, local TV saw the greatest audience decline among the 3 major TV platforms. http://pewrsr.ch/2D5RN50
In 2017 and 2018, partisan divides in support of the news media’s watchdog role are largest ever measured. https://pewrsr.ch/2NDR7On
Nearly eight-in-ten (79%) newsroom employees in the newspaper, broadcasting and internet publishing industries – including reporters, editors, photographers & videographers – have at least a college degree, according to analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. http://pewrsr.ch/2zRiImL
Those who display higher levels of political awareness, digital savviness, and trust in the news media are better at distinguishing between factual and opinion news statements. https://pewrsr.ch/2JTdUjm
Just 5% of news stories studied during the early Trump presidency cited a member of the public. http://pewrsr.ch/2FsobUN
Compared to U.S. workers overall, newsroom employees are more likely to be white and male. https://pewrsr.ch/2Rs9kMo
RT @michaelbarthel: Across 11 emerging economies, most say mobile phones help them get news, but are concerned about misinformation. https:…
Daily Briefing: Congress & DHS investigate if border agents targeted journalists, Chris Wallace discusses the DNC's decision to ban Fox News from moderating debates & more: https://pewrsr.ch/2Tx1hm4
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to favor actions by tech companies to restrict misinformation, even if it includes broader info limits online (60% vs 48%, respectively). https://pewrsr.ch/2vrXImb
RT @MonicaRAnders: If you’re following the #SocialMobileLeap discussion, check out @pewresearch’s data on the #DigitalDivide within develop…
 
 
 
 
 
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