Carroll Doherty

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

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Director of Political Research at the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, an independent public opinion research organization based in Washington, DC

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Last Friday in Beverly Hills, California, TV producer Charles Belk—a 51-year old black man—was on his way to a pre-Emmy awards party.

Police and Race in America

Last Friday in Beverly Hills, California, TV producer Charles Belk—a 51-year old black man—was on his way to a pre-Emmy awards party.

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"America is in the throes of a huge demographic shift." "Millennials have fewer attachments to traditional political and religious institutions" than those who've gone before."

New Research Finds that Half of Millennials Are Independents

"America is in the throes of a huge demographic shift." "Millennials have fewer attachments to traditional political and religious institutions" than those who've gone before."

from To the Point

Last year two US Senators who couldn't provide details said, "most Americans would be stunned" if they knew the extent of government surveillance.

In the Age of Big Data, Is Privacy No Big Deal?

Last year two US Senators who couldn't provide details said, "most Americans would be stunned" if they knew the extent of government surveillance.

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