More than half of adults ages 36 to 40 say they are either “not too” or “not at all” confident that their incomes and assets will last through retirement.
Half of all U.S. adults now have a mobile connection to the web through either a smartphone or tablet.
In 2010, 57% of Americans believed the nation was no better prepared for hurricanes and other natural disasters than it was when Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.
More in 2012 see economic effect of auto bailout as mostly good than did so in 2009.
Nearly nine-in-ten Obama voters say there is solid evidence the earth is warming, double the number of Romney voters who say this.
In 2008, about one-third of voters cast their ballots before Election Day, up from 20% in 2004 and 2006.
In a survey conducted right after Barack Obama’s election in 2008, two-thirds of voters expected him to have a successful first term while 22% thought he would not.
About eight-in-ten in China see the nation’s rich getting richer and poor getting poorer.
Roughly half of tablet owners say they own iPads, down from 81% in 2011.
In a 2009 survey, 87% of Pakistanis said it was equally important for girls and boys to be educated.