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Plan International USA explores American adolescents’ attitudes towards gender and gender equality, pressures they deal with, career and leadership goals, and more.
Ipsos Connect’s Tech Tracker measures the emerging trends and developments in technology in Great Britain. Get the latest statistics on Internet usage, connected homes, smartphones, tablets, social networking, and content consumption.
Pew Research Center published statistical portraits of the foreign-born population in the United States. A portrait of Hispanics in the U.S. is also available.
The YouGov Brand Index ranks the top brands in the U.S. and around the world in a variety of categories.
TD Ameritrade published a series of reports on Millennial attitudes towards work, money, and marriage.
The Outdoor Foundation reports on the participation of children, teens, and adults, as well as Hispanics, African-Americans, and Asian-Americans in outdoor activities—ranging from running to skateboarding to hunting.
Community Marketing & Insights examines attitudes, behaviors, and demographic profile of the LGBTQ community in both America and Canada.
Urban Institute examines how shifts in racial and ethnical diversity, educational attainment, and marriage and childbearing within the Millennial generation has affected homeownership.
Gallup finds that 4.5% of American adults identify as LGBT in 2017, up from 4.1% in 2016. Statistics are provided by generations, gender, race/ethnicity, income, and education.