Collection

After the Fact: A Podcast from Pew

Stories behind the numbers shaping your world

  • January 31, 2017

"After the Fact" is a podcast from Pew that brings you data and analysis on the issues that matter to you—from our environment and the sciences, to larger economic trends and public health. Experts from Pew and other special guests discuss the numbers and trends shaping some of society’s biggest challenges, then go behind the facts with nonpartisan analysis and stories.

In each episode, host Dan LeDuc discusses pressing policy issues with featured experts and relevant voices to the conversation. If you like what you hear, we hope you will subscribe to “After the Fact” and share it with others.

Subscribe to "After the Fact"

Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | New to podcasts?

Latest Episodes

  • The Value of Non-Partisanship

    • Podcast

    What do the number 70 and nonpartisanship have in common? For Pew, the combination is a special one, marking our 70th year of serving the public by using nonpartisan data to make a difference. To commemorate the anniversary, we invited Pew’s president and CEO, Rebecca Rimel, into the studio to share her thoughts on the value of nonpartisanship and civil dialogue. Then we traveled to... Read More

  • Event Rebroadcast: A Conversation With Governor Bill Haslam

    • Podcast

    How can states use data to make government work better? Known as a national leader for his efforts to make state government more efficient, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam shares what he’s learned over two terms about tripling the state’s rainy day fund, creating jobs, reforming the state’s juvenile justice system, and more. In this episode, we hear from the governor on how he... Read More

  • Rising Spirituality in America

    • Podcast

    Americans have become less religious but more spiritual over time, with 59 percent saying they regularly feel a deep sense of spiritual peace and well-being. Host Dan LeDuc interviews the Pew Research Center’s Greg Smith about these trends. We also turn to Patty Van Cappellen of Duke University to discuss why people turn to religion and spirituality. To learn more, visit... Read More

After the Fact

Featured Quote

"...whether you listen from a ‘what’s in it for me’ or a ‘how does this shape the world’ viewpoint, it will stimulate thought and build understanding."

The Guardian podcast fan pick

Media Contact

Sultana Ali

Manager, Communications

202.540.6188