Fully 63% of fathers say, compared with 20 or 30 years ago, it is more difficult being a father today. Only about half of mothers agree.
A quarter of smartphone users go online mostly using their mobile device.
More than a third of adults own a smartphone.
Nearly half of non-profit news sites were ideological in nature.
Evangelical leaders around the world view secularism as the biggest threat to evangelical Christianity.
While practically all evangelical Christian leaders say the Bible is the word of God, half say not everything in the Bible should be taken literally.
Most Americans say the government does not provide enough support to soldiers who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Fewer than four-in-ten Americans say the U.S. “stands above all other countries in the world.” A majority say it is just one of the greatest countries.
Among adults ages 30 to 44, 7% lived with an opposite-sex partner as an unmarried couple in 2009.
Nearly six-in-ten online adults say they use at least one social networking website.