As the July 1 presidential election approaches, the number of Mexicans who say their national government is a good influence on the country has climbed 11 points since last year.
Though many in Mexico believe that Mexicans who move to the United States. have a better life there, a majority say they would not move to the U.S., even if they had the opportunity to do so.
Six-in-ten U.S. Asians most often describe themselves using their country of origin.
Most Americans continue to support Arizona’s controversial immigration law, though most Hispanics disapprove of the law.
Just over half (52%) of Millennials say being a good parent is one of the most important things in life compared with 30% who say that about having a successful marriage.
More than eight-in-ten Republicans (84%) say the nation should impose tighter restrictions on immigration, compared with about six-in-ten Democrats (58%). The gap is 26 percentage points.
About seven-in-ten Americans (72%) agree that Wall Street only cares about making money for itself.
Forty years after the Watergate break-in, most Americans old enough to remember the era, remember where they were when Richard Nixon resigned in August 1974.
About six-in-ten fathers believe being a dad has become more difficult than it was 20 or 30 years ago, and 48% of mothers agree, according to those surveyed with children under age 18.
About two-thirds of Egyptians say they believe that democracy is preferable to any other kind of government.