Annenberg Public Policy Center postdoctoral fellow Asheley R. Landrum will discuss her research at a workshop next month in Potsdam, Germany, on the papal encyclical on climate change.
Most Floridians favor the use of genetically modified mosquitoes to fight the spread of Zika virus and are significantly more likely to approve of it than people who live outside Florida, the Annenberg Science Knowledge survey has found.
Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron will talk about the media and policy change with APPC Director Kathleen Hall Jamieson in an event sponsored by the Fels Institute of Government.
Floridians see themselves at greater risk of being infected with Zika compared with other people nationally, and more Floridians than non-Florida residents have takening steps to protect themselves, an APPC survey finds.
How do swing voters view the presidential candidates and the state of the nation? On August 25, pollster Peter Hart will find out in a focus group with swing voters in Milwaukee, on behalf of APPC.
Many Americans hold mistaken beliefs about Zika virus. To help provide the public with accurate information, the policy center has released a free "A Guide to Effective Zika Coverage" for writers, editors, reporters and broadcasters.
A new mandatory food-labeling law allows food producers to use digital codes to inform consumers that food contains genetically modified (GM) ingredients. But will consumers use smartphones or in-store readers to scan those QR codes?