In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, the U.S. is leading the international relief effort in the Philippines, but the American public seems to be already tuning it out.
According to a new Pew study looking at the aftermath of the disaster, only about 32 percent of Americans say they are following it closely. That's much lower than the number of people who said they were engaged at this time after the tsunami in Japan or the earthquake in Haiti.
It's perhaps even more surprising because more than 30 percent of Filipinos living abroad call the U.S. home. The Pew study's lead author, Carol Doherty, joins Take Two to explain his findings.