Gallup’s tracker showed that only 45% of the American public said that they approved of the job Donald Trump was doing, with an equal number disapproving.
The events in American history named by Republicans and Democrats overlap substantially, and differences between the two parties are primarily a matter of degree.
Blacks are the only demographic group in which any other historic event challenges the prominence of Sept. 11 in importance.
Shared experiences define what it means to be an American. The Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks were such a unifying event for modern Americans.
The following infographic from George Washington University’s Master’s in Strategic Public Relations Program illustrates five public relations case studies in which organizations successfully addressed a delicate communications problem.
The political views of Millennials differ significantly across racial and ethnic lines.
50% of younger Millennials (ages 18 to 25) and 47% of older Millennials (26 to 33) approve of the way Obama is handling his job as president.
In the two days following Obama’s re-election on Nov. 6, there were nearly 14 million Tweets from people expressing their reaction.
From September through November, Romney was consistently the target of more negative reactions than was Obama.
The reaction on Twitter to Obama’s second inaugural address and his 2012 State of the Union was not nearly as positive as public opinion.