One-in-four Americans believe the national economy will be better a year from now.
Twenty-nine states have passed voter-approved constitutional bans on gay marriage.
Three-quarters of all voters want GOP leaders to work with Obama.
In fully 43% of all couples it's the woman who makes decisions in more areas than the man.
One-quarter of adults believe internet and cell phones have brought their families closer together.
Younger adults are more likely to have problems with their cell phones.
Fully 87% of Americans are not at all bothered by Christmas music in stores and public places.
While more Americans would rather hear Merry Christmas than a less religious greeting, a plurality (45%) say it doesn’t matter.
Nearly everyone in the U.S. has a TV set, but only 64% consider it a necessity.
Despite American Humanist Assn. bus ads proclaiming "Why believe in a god? Just be good for goodness' sake," a 57%-majority of Americans say belief in God is a prerequisite for morality.