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More than four-in-ten (44%) veterans of the post-9/11 wars say that re-entering civilian life was very or somewhat difficult, a higher number than among those who served in earlier conflicts.
Two-thirds of Americans say that shootings like the one that took place in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater in July are just the isolated acts of troubled individuals.
Nearly two-thirds of voters say they have already seen or heard commercials about Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, although relatively few say they have seen a lot of ads.
Two-thirds say they think it’s important that a president have strong religious beliefs.
About four-in-ten smartphone owners say they used their phones recently to look up a sports score.
While most news videos posted to YouTube by individuals are made up of raw footage, news organizations post primarily edited videos.
Even before the most recent fighting in Syria, many in neighboring countries wanted Bashar al-Assad to leave office
A plurality of Asian Americans say they are Christians, though Asian Americans are more religiously diverse than the U.S. population as a whole
On the issue of gun control, Americans have become more conservative in recent years, with 49% now putting the priority on protecting the right of Americans to own guns.