Nearly nine-in-ten second generation Latinos in the U.S. say they can carry on a conversation in English very well compared with only 23% of first-generation adult Latinos.
That's the small proportion of Pakistanis who say they support America's anti-terror campaign; nearly six-in-ten oppose it.
A few months before the assassination of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, only 9% of Pakistanis said that suicide attacks and other forms of violence against civilians are often or sometimes justified, a sharp decline from the 41% who expressed this view in 2004.
About half of Americans say they are bothered at least somewhat by the commercialization of Christmas.
About 8-in-10 Republicans now say they are "pretty well satisfied" with the way things are going for them financially. By comparison, only 54% of both independents and Democrats subscribe to that view, the largest partisan gap in 20 years of Pew values surveys.