The survey, conducted by the Pew Research Center and released last week, also shows that 9 percent of Sanders supporters intend to vote for Donald Trump.
Poorer households saw their income drop from a median of $26,373 in 1999 to $23,811 in 2014, and middle-class incomes fell too, according to new research.
Why haven't Trump and Carson faded away? Because they're saying what much of the Republican Party base wants to hear.
The immigration of 59 million people to the U.S. since 1965, when Congress ended quotas that overwhelmingly favored Northern Europeans, has more than quadrupled the number of immigrants in the country.
The founder of Pew Research Center and one of the nation's leading pollsters died Tuesday. He turned the phrase "Just the facts, ma'am" into a deeply humane commitment. In a time of passion, his passion was simply to get it right.
Wealth inequality between whites and their black and Hispanic counterparts has reached its highest point since the late ’80s and early 2000s in the U.S.
How are we ever going to learn from our mistakes when we won't even admit they were errors at all?
A new Pew Research Center study finds a significant gap between white and black Americans in perceptions of racial equality.
Numbers from a recent Pew Research Center study contradict the conventional thinking on independent voters Independents are not moderates who can be swayed to the right or left with appeals to moderation and centrism, but "disaffected political partisans" (more).