Six-in-ten Egyptians said in a survey last spring that the country’s laws should strictly follow the Quran.
About three-quarters of U.S. Catholics say they are satisfied with the leadership of the Pope.
There is a 27 percentage point difference in the level of support for gay marriage among New Englanders compared to those living in the South.
Nearly half of the countries and territories in the world have laws or policies penalizing blasphemy, apostasy or defamation of religion.
Nearly seven-in-ten Americans say there would be a major effect on the economy if a deal isn’t reach to avoid the fiscal cliff.
Teachers overwhelmingly say Google or other search engines tops list of sources their students use for research.
Just 58% of voters 18-29 identified as white non-Hispanics in 2012, compared to 74% in 2000.
Americans are almost evenly divided on the idea of limiting deductions for mortgage interest, with 47% approving and 44% disapproving – a difference of 3 percentage points.
About four-in-ten Americans say they do not understand the consequences of going over the fiscal cliff.
About eight-in-ten Egyptians believe a fair judiciary is very important, making that one of the top priorities for the nation.