Sub-Saharan African Immigrants in the U.S. Are Often More Educated Than Those in Top European Destinations
Sub-Saharan immigrants in the United States are also more highly educated than U.S. native-born population
Fewer People in Latin America See the U.S. Favorably Under Trump
The eighth Summit of the Americas begins this Friday in Lima, Peru. President Donald Trump was originally scheduled to attend the summit, but he has now decided to stay in Washington to address the ongoing crisis in Syria. Vice President Mike Pence will represent the United States in Trump’s place. Pence’s visit comes amid a […]
H-1B visa approvals by metropolitan area, fiscal 2010-2016
The H-1B visa program is the nation’s biggest temporary employment visa program. Explore the number of approvals by U.S. metropolitan area.
At Least a Million Sub-Saharan Africans Moved to Europe Since 2010
Sub-Saharan migration to the United States also growing
Thought Leader Survey: Issues Impacting the Transatlantic Relationship 2018
On March 8, 2018 at the German Marshall Fund’s annual Brussels Forum, Bruce Stokes, the director of global economic attitudes, presented Pew Research Center findings on issues impacting the transatlantic relationship.
Origins and Destinations of the World’s Migrants, 1990-2017
Explore origin and destination totals of migrants from 233 countries between 1990 and 2017.
Americans Say U.S.-German Relations Are in Good Shape, but Germans Disagree
Partisan differences in U.S. over relationship with Germany
Origins and Destinations of Foreign Students in the United States
Special focus on students from United Arab Emirates
Europeans Want Direct Democracy
Across the 10 EU countries the Pew Research Center polled in 2017, a median of 50 percent say they are dissatisfied with the way democracy is working in their country.
Many Americans Going to the Polls Are Not Happy With Our Democracy
Just 46 percent of Americans say they are satisfied with the way democracy is working today in the United States, according to a 2017 Pew Research Center survey.
Remittance Flows Worldwide in 2016
Worldwide, an estimated $574 billion (USD) was sent by migrants to relatives in their home countries in 2016, a 1% decline from 2015, when the amount was $581 billion, according to economists at the World Bank.
Across countries, large demographic divides in how often people use the internet and social media for news
People in 38 countries were asked how often they use the internet – as well as how often they use social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and other sites – to get news.
News media rated highest for covering important issues, lowest for reporting on politics fairly
Explore the data on how publics across 38 countries think their news media are doing on issues like reporting the news accurately.
Publics Globally Want Unbiased News Coverage, but Are Divided on Whether Their News Media Deliver
Deep political divides in many nations on satisfaction with news media; greatest is in the U.S.
Strongman Modi Chimes With Voters but Seen as Soft on Pakistan
Local election victories reflect prime minister's nationwide appeal
Taking the Measure of America’s Powers of Attraction
America’s much-vaunted soft power, which has long been touted as an antidote to its oft-criticized “hard power” image, is actually enhanced more by pop-culture exports than by its reputation for protecting civil liberties or its ideas about democracy.
U.S. Adults Worry About Global Regard for Their Nation
A polarized electorate and alarming policy reversals reduce confidence at home and abroad in U.S. global leadership
Key Middle East Publics See Russia, Turkey and U.S. All Playing Larger Roles in Region
Most do not expect Syrian war to end in 2018
Worldwide, People Divided on Whether Life Today Is Better Than in the Past
Current economic conditions a key factor in assessing progress
Facts on Foreign Students in the U.S.
The U.S. has more foreign students enrolled in its colleges and universities than any other country in the world. Much of the growth in foreign students has happened since the start of the Great Recession.
Three Years In, Modi Remains Very Popular
Broad public satisfaction with economy; declining support for U.S.
Transatlantic Dialogues: In Europe and North America, Publics More Supportive Than Experts of Direct Democracy
Experts share public’s concern about international threats, worry more about transatlantic relations in Trump era
Where have refugees settled in the U.S.?
This interactive tool displays the top nationality of refugees resettled across each state between fiscal 2002 and 2017.
Explore global opinions on political systems by country
Many people around the world say representative democracy is a good way to run their country. Use the interactive to explore findings on global views of political systems.
Japanese Divided on Democracy’s Success at Home, but Value Voice of the People
Public sees threats abroad amid declining views of U.S.
Globally, Broad Support for Representative and Direct Democracy
But many also endorse nondemocratic alternatives
U.S. Resettles Fewer Refugees, Even as Global Number of Displaced People Grows
Break with past responses to global refugee surges
Public Attitudes Toward Human Rights Organizations: The Case of India, Indonesia, Kenya and Mexico
Favorable views predominate; most say helping poor should be top priority
Global Attitudes Toward China and the U.S.
Richard Wike, Director of Global Attitudes Research, presented Pew Research Center findings on America’s global image, views about China and the global balance of power.
People in the Philippines Still Favor U.S. Over China, but Gap Is Narrowing
Duterte and his war on drugs are seen positively by most Filipinos