polls

Facebook

44 Percent of Americans 18-27 Have Deleted the Facebook App This Year, Poll Finds

A new study shows that young people are moving away from the Facebook app and, at the very least, are changing their privacy settings.
Karl Bode
9.5.18
Donald Trump

Online Gamblers Are Betting Big Bucks on a Clinton Win

Bookie odds aren’t ideal measures, but they have a decent track record of predicting election wins.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.7.16
Donald Trump

Bookie Odds Favor a Clinton Win, But they Also Predicted Brexit Wouldn’t Happen

Trump currently has similar bookie odds to what Brexit did just before the vote.
Kaleigh Rogers
7.20.16
News

Of Course Nobody Trusts Media in the Age of Clickbait

New polls show that public trust in the media is lower than ever. Are content farms to blame?
carles.buzz
10.2.15
Culture

Why Do Women Perform Worse on Science Questions Than Men?

A Pew survey revealed a gender gap in respondents' knowledge of science questions.
Victoria Turk
9.11.15
News

New Poll Confirms What We Already Knew: Americans Don't Know Much About Science

A new Pew poll suggests that Americans can only answer a handful of basic science knowledge questions.
Jason Koebler
9.10.15
Canada

It's Official, Canadians Aren't Climate Change Deniers

Despite Stephen Harper's government, a new poll says Canadians overwhelmingly believe in climate change.
Ben Makuch
7.26.14
Social Media

We're the Lousy Product That Social Media Sells

A new Gallup poll could get a lot of social media managers fired—if only there was a better way to reach this dumb demographic.
Ben Richmond
6.24.14
Culture

It Doesn't Matter That Americans Are Scared of New Technology

America is excited about the idea of 'technology' but distrusts driverless cars, lab-grown meat, and biohacking—what gives?
Jason Koebler
4.18.14
Culture

A Third of Americans Think Technology Is Going to Ruin Their Lives

Lots of people are scared of the future.
Jason Koebler
4.17.14
Motherboard Blog

People Worldwide Are Less Inclined To Expatriate

Gallup asks where people would move if they could move anywhere.
Ben Richmond
1.18.14
Motherboard Blog

A Majority of Americans Believe NSA Phone Tracking Is Acceptable

We need to make sure that terrorists can't hide anywhere, especially not in our own email.
Derek Mead
6.10.13