A new study finds that the public is more supportive of nuclear power when looking only at numbers about calculated risk—without knowing it's nuclear power they're dealing with.
Public opinion of the media is at an all-time low. How do outlets regain Americans' trust?
How Republicans can move past issues that are dangerous to their party.
With a ton of land and plenty of weather variability, it will take much longer before a majority of the public feels the effects of extreme weather.
More Americans approve of his performance now than did so a week ago.
New research suggests exposure to Tina Fey's impersonation of Sarah Palin in 2008 lowered voters' opinion of the candidate.
UC Berkeley sociologist Alexander Janus says social desirability pressures cause some liberals to lie about their true opinion on immigration — even when asked in an anonymous poll.
New research finds Republicans scoff at "global warming," but are much more receptive to the notion of "climate change."
A new study finds that people watch the news more for affirmation than for information.
What's it like to have your work misinterpreted by the mainstream media? Two psychologists, who asked whether a popular politician would be hurt by media coverage focused on her appearance, tell their story.