Early career adults consume news content covering topics from finance, politics, science, and more. We assess how individuals in this group are choosing to curate their experience of news in today’s media- and information-rich world.
What if research on morality can shed light into why people choose the news they do?
In this series, we’re looking into whether different ways of reporting on numbers improves either public understanding of statistics or judgments of news credibility
This edition of the Numbers in the News series explores ways to support audience understanding of economic reporting. The results reported here are based on a single experiment in a larger sequence of experiments.