This article in Australia's Cosmos magazine brings news of a new preprint article supporting the idea that evolution happens in fits and bursts (their term; punctuated equilibria). The theory was made famous by Stephen Jay Gould (photo), also well known for NOMA: the idea that the areas of enquiry of science and religion constitute Non-overlapping Magisteria.
No, there are no new statistics about the origin of humans, but there are new statistics about what people believe about origins. A recent Gallup poll in the United States reveals that while 19% of people believe God had no part in the development of human beings, by far the majority see the hand of God at work. This majority is split evenly between young-earth and theistic evolutionary views. More details are here on the Gallup site.