Fact TankAugust 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.

U.S. PoliticsAugust 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.

Fact TankAugust 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.

Fact TankJuly 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.

Fact TankJuly 26, 2013

About four-in-ten Americans live in a household where there is a gun

About four-in-ten Americans report having a gun in their household, either their own or someone else’s.

Fact TankJuly 16, 2013

Most Americans say legal status for undocumented immigrants would help the economy

Three-quarters of Americans say it would be better for the economy for undocumented immigrants to gain legal status.

Fact TankJuly 15, 2013

The number of American single fathers has grown substantially

The number of single father households has increased about ninefold since 1960, from less than 300,000 to more than 2.6 million in 2011.

Fact TankJuly 12, 2013

As Obama weighs his decision, most Americans support building Keystone pipeline

Two-thirds of Americans, including majorities among partisan groups, favor building the Keystone XL pipeline that would transport oil from Canada to U.S. refineries.

U.S. PoliticsJuly 11, 2013

Tea Party Republicans believe legal status would reward undocumented immigrants

More than eight-in-ten Tea Party Republicans say granting legal status to undocumented immigrants would reward illegal behavior.

Fact TankJuly 8, 2013

Challenge for Egypt: Finding leaders with wide support

Political unrest continued in Egypt after a chaotic political week in which two of the key players – both unpopular with the Egyptian public – illustrated the difficulty in finding a leader who can overcome the country’s divisions.