The Great Recession seems to have accelerated the tendency of today’s young adults – sometimes labeled the “boomerang generation” – to move out of the family house for a time and then boomerang back.
In a survey done just after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act, 55% correctly said that the court upheld most of the law’s provisions.
Most Latinos support proposed DREAM Act legislation that would grant legal status to unauthorized immigrant children if they meet certain conditions.
More than half of the public see the presidential campaign so far as dull. Still, a larger majority (79%) sees the campaign as important.
With a median age of 27, Hispanics in the United States on the whole are younger than the general U.S. population.
Among registered voters, just one-in-five (21%) say they are undecided about their presidential vote choice or that they may change their mind before Election Day.
Just 17% of Pakistanis support the U.S. conducting drone strikes in conjunction with the Pakistani government against leaders of extremist groups.
About three-fourths of Asian Americans see greater opportunity to get ahead in the U.S. than their country of origin.
About six-in-ten agree that they are concerned about the government becoming too involved in health care. That’s up 13 points since 2009.
Many borrowers say the burden of paying back student loans has made it harder to pay their bills and make ends meet.