By a ratio of nearly two-to-one, Americans say that men (46%) rather than women (24%) have the better life in this country.
Although baby boomers as a group enjoy higher median household incomes than do younger or older adults, some 55% say it is likely that their incomes will not keep up with the cost of living over the next year, a higher proportion than among either younger Americans (44%) or older ones (43%).
More Americans use TV (57%) to consume news than any other media source.
More than seven-in-ten adults say they were confident when trying to fix broken technology.
Americans 50-to-64 (29%) are about as likely as 18-to-24-year-olds (30%) to report having gotten news over the internet yesterday.
About half (47%) say new technologies are increasing the quality of communication with family members.
Six-in-ten Republican voters say want the GOP to move in a more conservative direction.
Two-thirds of voters expect Obama to have a successful first term.
Two-thirds of Latino's voted for Barack Obama.