'In the eyes of most people surveyed around the world, the White House's new occupant is arrogant, intolerant and even dangerous,' according to a statement released with the poll
A survey by the Pew Research Center reveals 45% of Chinese consider US power and influence to be a 'major threat' – more than economic instability (35%), climate change (34%), and the Islamic State (ISIS) (15%)
When asked about gene-editing, which could reduce the risk of serious disease in babies at risk, 68% of Americans say they would be 'very' or 'somewhat' worried
Pew said results confirm a tendency toward less Mexican migration and more such nationals returning home
Di antara responden yang telah memiliki pacar, 59% mengaku bahwa mereka merasa lebih dekat dan terhubung dengan pacarnya dengan bantuan teknologi dan media sosial.
A Pew Research Center survey conducted in the Asia-Pacific region shows that 9 in 10 Filipinos are troubled about territorial disputes with China
Filipinos are even more concerned with climate change than they are with the territorial dispute with China, a Pew Research Center survey in July shows
The Pew Research Center, however, says there 'is little concern worldwide' about territorial disputes with China
The popularity of the European Union is growing again despite the rise of Euroskeptic parties, the Pew Research Center says
Sixty-one percent (61%) of Millennials, aged 18 to 33, say they get their news about politics and government from Facebook, with another 37% tuning in to local television newscasts
Pope Francis breaks the record of the late John Paul II as the most popular pontiff in the Philippines, a Social Weather Stations survey shows
In about 4 decades, in the Philippines, the percentage of Muslims will slightly rise while the percentage of Christians will slightly decline
The researchers gather data from more than 2,500 censuses, surveys and population registers from 175 countries, covering 95% of the world's population
'Generally, people who have access to the Internet are more positive about its societal influence,' says US-based Pew Research Center
Defying global statistics, more Filipinos also think the Internet helps morality, the US-based Pew Research Center says
A Pew Research Center study finds that movies and music dominate social media in emerging countries. Religion is the least common topic, but not in the Philippines.
The largest opinion gap found in the study is whether genetically modified foods are safe to eat or not. Meanwhile, the smallest gap for the study is whether the International Space Station was a good investment
7 out of 10 Filipinos trust Pope Francis. Abortion and affairs are top moral no-nos for Filipinos. A new Charlie Hebdo cartoon comes out
Pew Research Center surveys where the Philippines and 39 other countries stand on abortion, extra-marital affairs, gambling, pre-marital sex, divorce, homosexuality, drinking alcohol, contraceptives
The Philippines and South Korea stand out in Asia as the Pope's 'fans,' according to the US-based Pew Research Center
An additional 30,000 undocumented Filipino immigrants in the United States are seen to benefit under US President Barack Obama's new immigration plan, data from the Pew Research Center reveals
66% of Filipinos say allowing foreigners to buy local firms is good for the economy
Compared to other Asian countries, the Philippines – the only country that dared to bring China to court over its West Philippine Sea claim – is most worried about conflict
Concern about extremism has increased in the past 12 months amid the dragging war in Syria and attacks by Nigeria's Boko Haram militants, the Pew Research Center finds
Data from the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project show Filipino respondents have positive views on the US, Americans, and US Presidents – even better than Americans themselves
A majority also believes for the first time that America should "mind its own business," while faulting President Barack Obama for his foreign policy, especially over Syria
The Filipinos' strength 'is just extraordinary,' Anderson Cooper tells David Letterman, but 'it was upsetting [they did] not have any assistance'
Territorial disputes are a major reason Filipinos and other Asians regard China less favorably than the United States, according to the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project survey
'The moment that we (LGBTs) step out and demand rights that heterosexuals enjoy, we become a threat because we no longer fit the stereotype'
A Pew Research Center report released late Wednesday, April 24, indicated that online social networks have become political hotspots in the United States
The US public's views on China and Iran have hardened in the run-up to November 6 elections, according to a poll that found sharp partisan gaps over issues including support for Israel
Nearly two out of 5 US adults use social media to get involved in politics, with the younger crowd and the ideologically committed especially active, a study shows
'The Rise of Asian Americans' report, released by the Pew Research Center, highlights 'population trends, education, income and values' of Asian Americans