Six-in-ten say U.S. troops should be removed from Afghanistan as soon as possible.
In 2010, women with full-time or salaried jobs had a median income of $669 a week, compared to $824 for men.
Fully 54% of women say abortion is a very important issue to their vote, compared with 36% of men -- a gap of 18 points.
Young adults are more likely than other age groups to say they are not affiliated with a religion.
A majority of Latino voters say education is an extremely important issue in this year’s election.
Two-thirds of young women ages 18 to 34 rate career high on their list of life priorities, compared with 59% of young men.
About six-in-ten disagree with the idea that “we should make every possible effort to improve the position of blacks and other minorities, even if it means giving them preferential treatment.”
The percent of Americans who say they read a print newspaper the previous day continues to drop, falling 18 points over the last decade to 23%.
Fewer than two-in-ten Latino eligible voters live in the battleground states for this year’s presidential election.
More than four-in-ten (43%) tablet news users say the news they get on their devices is adding to the overall news they consume