About one-in-ten voters in 2008 was Hispanic.
A quarter of voters were contacted by the Obama campaign.
A majority of Americans (57%) mostly or completely agree that it is the responsibility of government to "take care of people who can't take care of themselves" -- however only 19% completely agree.
Six-in-ten moderates supported Obama.
Obama won 52% of voters with incomes over $200,000.
Of those citing Palin as a factor in their vote, a majority backed McCain.
Of all the major racial and ethnic groups in the US, blacks are the most likely to report a formal religious affiliation.
Nearly six-in-ten voters have received robo-calls in battleground states.
Nearly every Brazilian (92%) considers global warming to be a very serious problem.
Most Americans tend to over-estimate what most other families have; for example, more than six-in-ten (62%) believe say that most families have a high definition television, whereas just 42% of all adults say that their family has one.