Three in four Americans say they display Old Glory at home, work or elsewhere.
A majority of the Japanese public says the U.S. provided a great deal of assistance in the aftermath of this spring’s earthquake and tsunami. Far fewer say the EU, UN or China provided such assistance.
A majority of adults ages 65 and older oppose changing Medicare into a program that would provide credits toward purchasing private health insurance.
The Turkish public is split on whether its country’s future lies with the Middle East or Europe.
Far more Americans say wars in Iraq and Afghanistan contributed to the national debt than say the same about government spending or tax cuts.
The American public is divided on whether the U.S. should "mind its own business" internationally.
Public opinion is divided about how the Supreme Court should interpret the Constitution.
Among online adults, 13% use the status update service Twitter.
A 16-point Twitter-adoption gap separates black online adults and white online adults.
Nearly a quarter of internet-using adults have placed a phone call online.