UncategorizedJuly 31, 2006

How Americans get news

Our colleagues at the Pew Research Center for The People & The Press today released a major new report about the way people get news. The Center found that Americans’ use of traditional sources of news has continued to decline and the internet as …

UncategorizedJuly 19, 2006

What Does Your Blog Mean to You?

The online version of the Blogger Callback Survey allows some space for written answers, in addition to multiple-choice responses.

UncategorizedJuly 19, 2006

Bloggers

A national phone survey of bloggers finds that most are focused on describing their personal experiences to a relatively small audience of readers.

UncategorizedJuly 17, 2006

Confidant Crisis Averted

Is there a “confidant crisis” or just a new set of data to be taken into account?

UncategorizedJuly 5, 2006

Coralling Video Content

So, you’ve decided you’re going to jump on to the Web 2.0 bandwagon and start a company that builds its business model around user-generated video content…

UncategorizedJune 26, 2006

Cancer and Race

African Americans are over-represented among cancer patients and under-represented among internet users, particularly on some health discussion group sites.

UncategorizedJune 14, 2006

Is it weather spam or a public service announcement?

The first tropical storm of 2006 washes up interesting emails.

UncategorizedJune 14, 2006

Online Banking 2006

Online banking is holding steady as a mainstream internet activity, growing along with internet use generally, though not accelerating as have some other forms of online activities.

UncategorizedJune 1, 2006

Latinos and cell phones

Our recent survey about how Americans use and think about their mobile phones revealed notable differences between Latino cell users and whites.

UncategorizedMay 30, 2006

New data from the Pew Internet Project

Datasets from our December 2005 and portions of our February-March 2006 survey are available online.