While more Americans would rather hear Merry Christmas than a less religious greeting, a plurality (45%) say it doesn’t matter.
Detroit may take some comfort from the fact that nine out of ten (91%) Americans see their cars as a necessity, essentially the same number who said so a decade earlier (93%).
About a quarter of news consumers are Integrators, mixing traditional and online sources of media.
That's the proportion of young Americans (ages 18-25) of both sexes who have had themselves tatooed. About half in this age group have done at least one of the following: had a tatoo, dyed their hair an untraditional color or had their bodies pierced in a place other than their ear lobe.
About one-in-five internet users have downloaded a podcast.
Six-in-ten American Muslims say making a pilgrimage to Mecca is very important.
A quarter of online adults (23%) have used the web to search for information about their family.
Roughly half of Americans describe themselves as middle class.
There was a 24-point gap in Obama support between voters who never attend worship services and those that attend weekly.
Of adults online, 17% have searched the internet for information about their neighbors.