Adam Nekola

Political Polarization

The most groundbreaking research of 2014 at the Pew Research Center explored growing political polarization in the United States. In a massive phone survey they asked respondents to choose ‘which statement best represents your view’… Read More »Political Polarization

Next America

The most ambitious project we tackled at the Pew Research Center was Next America. It served as an accompany piece to a book of the same name authored by our Vice President. Profiling the demographic… Read More »Next America

LGBT Voices

In June 2013, the Pew Research Center released the first in depth survey of the LGBT community in the United States. As part of this, respondents were asked to describe their “coming out” experience as… Read More »LGBT Voices

Top Priorities

Each year the Pew Research Center for People and the Press surveys the public on their top priorities for government in the coming year. Displaying the trend of these priorities shows the shifting attention of… Read More »Top Priorities

SimpleElection

Design wasn’t my top priority when developing SimpleElection; instead I wanted to quickly test a premise that news outlets would be interested in using election-related widgets. On election night, I updated an electoral college map… Read More »SimpleElection