Democrats are more likely (by 20 points) to say jobs are difficult to find.
Two-in-five Americans have gone online for campaign information.
McCain's lead among white voters is no larger than Bush's in 2000 and 2004.
Fully 78% of campaign coverage in early 2008 focused on political tactics.
Six of the 10 countries that Americans most like to go to are countries that like Americans.
The Chinese people are nearly unanimous (96%) in believing China's hosting of the games will be a success, with 56% saying the effort will be very successful.
Seven-in-ten Chinese now say that people are better off in a free market economy, even though this means some may be rich while others are poor
About three-in-four (74%) people in China cite air pollution as a big problem and 66% say the same about water pollution.
About nine-in-ten (89%) Chinese identify the gap between rich and poor as a major problem and 41% cite it as a very big problem.
A 2005 Pew Research survey found that approximately three-in-five Chinese express a personal belief in the possible existence of one or more supernatural phenomena, religious figures or supernatural beings that are often associated with Confucianism and popular forms of Chinese folk religion.