Among U.S. adults who use Facebook, around three-quarters (74%) visit the site at least once a day, according to a 2019 survey. Roughly four-in-ten U.S. adults (43%) get news from Facebook. The share of U.S. adults who get news through Facebook is much higher than the shares who get news through YouTube (21%), Twitter (12%), Instagram (8%), LinkedIn (6%) and other platforms. Among U.S. adults who get news from Facebook, women are more likely than men to do this (61% vs. 39%), as are Whites when compared with Nonwhites (62% vs. 37%).
The share of U.S. adults who say they use social media platforms or apps is statistically unchanged from where it stood in early 2018 despite a serious of controversies over privacy, misinformation, and censorship on social media, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted earlier this year. Facebook – which recently celebrated its 15th anniversary – remains one of the most widely used social media sites among adults in the U.S. Roughly seven-in-ten adults (69%) say they use the platform.
Over the past 50 years – from the Silent Generation’s young adulthood to that of Millennials today – the United States has undergone various cultural and societal shifts. Now that the youngest Millennials are in their 20s, Pew Research Center has done a comprehensive update of their prior demographic work on generations. Millennials are better educated – a factor tied to employment and financial well-being – but there is a sharp divide between the economic fortunes of those who have a college education and those who don’t.
In this episode, we learn all about the strange phenomenon of learned helplessness and how it keeps people in bad jobs, poor health, terrible relationships, and awful circumstances despite how easy it might be to escape any one of those scenarios with just one more effort. You will learn how to defeat this psychological trap with advice from psychologists Jennifer Welbourne, who studies attributional styles in the workplace, and Kym Bennett who studies the effects of pessimism on health.
If you could compare the person you were before you became sleep deprived to the person after, you’d find you’ve definitely become...lesser than. In this episode, David McRaney sits down with two researchers whose latest work suggests sleep deprivation also affects how you see other people. In tests of implicit bias, negative associations with certain religious and cultural categories emerged after people started falling behind on rest.
As U.S. Hispanics increasingly turn to online sources to inform their decisions and purchases, brands are working to engage this tech-savvy audience with relevant content and ads across platforms and devices. Here are several ways to integrate cultural and digital relevancy into brand communications.
Un mapa electoral publicado por el Centro de Investigación Pew muestra información demográfica relevante sobre los votantes hispanos en la Florida. Hay 2.6 millones de votantes hispanos elegibles en la Florida. Entre los votantes hispanos registrados en la Florida, 479.000 están registrados como republicanos y 678.000 están registrados como demócratas.