Tag Archives: American politics

Pew Research Center examined how people’s political views and experiences differ depending on the websites and apps they use. An online survey of more than 10,000 internet users was conducted from March 18-24, 2024, in the U.S. The survey covered four social media platforms: TikTok, X (formerly Twitter), Facebook, and Instagram. Key findings include: 1.) … Continue reading How Can Americans Navigate Politics on Social Media?

Morning Consult examined how American society, culture, and politics are perceived around the world. A survey of 1,000 people from 17 countries was conducted from October – December 2022. Key findings include: 1.) English-speaking countries that are predominantly white had the highest negative perceptions of race relations in the United States. — 57% of Canadians, … Continue reading People in Affluent, English-Speaking Countries Give Harshest Reviews of U.S. Race Relations