Almost seven-in-ten of the religiously unaffiliated say they believe in God or a universal spirit.
About eight-in-ten Egyptians said last spring that a fair judiciary was very important to their nation's future.
Most Americans (51%) said in a Nov. 8-11 survey they do not believe President Obama and Republicans in Congress will reach an agreement to avoid the “fiscal cliff.”
About four-in-ten Americans say they do not understand well or at all the tax and spending consequences of going over the fiscal cliff.
Just over half of adult cell phone owners used their devices during the last holiday season to help make a shopping decision while in a store.
About eight-in-ten parents of online teens say they worry about how much information advertisers can learn about their child’s online behavior, topping a list of privacy concerns.
About a third of Twitter postings about Hurricane Sandy contained oooo-related news and information.
In 2011, six-in-ten Muslim Americans said a way can be found for Israel to exist that also addresses the rights and needs of Palestinians.
About a quarter of those sharing Thanksgiving dinner with family expect 20 or more people at the table.
While the number of Americans who do not identify with a religion grows at a rapid pace, 68% of them say they believe in God or a universal spirit.