Aug 29, 2013

Many Americans unsure if the health care law is still in effect

More than four-in-ten Americans think the new health care law has been repealed, overturned in court or are just unsure whether it remains the law.

Aug 28, 2013

Did you check your inbox while on vacation? Americans are divided on answer

Nearly half of American workers said they preferred to let their email pile up while on vacation and dig out when they got back; 42% kept up with mail every day.

Aug 26, 2013

Battles over the debt ceiling have been bad for Congress

Favorable ratings of Congress fell to one of its lowest points in two decades after the last battle over the federal debt ceiling in 2011.

Aug 23, 2013

Back to school likely means a return to weekly writing assignments for many students

Nearly six-in-ten middle and high school teachers said they had students do a writing assignment at least once a week.

Aug 15, 2013

Decades after war’s end, some of Japan’s neighbors still see need for atonement

On the 68th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II, publics in some countries in Asia — notably South Korea and China — believe that Japan still has not sufficiently apologized for its actions during the conflict.

Aug 14, 2013

Male Millennials more likely to live at home than females

In 2012, 40% of Millennial males lived at home with their parents, compared with 32% of Millennial females.

Aug 14, 2013

Male Millennials more likely to live at home than females

In 2012, 40% of Millennial males lived at home with their parents, compared with 32% of Millennial females.

Aug 12, 2013

Fewer GOP voters agree with the Tea Party than in 2010

About four-in-ten Republican voters say they agree with the Tea Party movement, down from its height in 2010.

Aug 9, 2013

Having a secure job replaces homeownership as the key to being middle-class

Nearly nine-in-ten Americans now say having a secure job is essential to being in the middle-class; in 1991, it was homeownership.

Jul 31, 2013

Many Americans see growth of the nonreligious as a ’bad thing’

About half of Americans say the growing number of people who are not religious is bad for American society.