Democrats favor controlling gun ownership by 45 percentage points more than Republicans.
About half of the public believes parents have a responsibility to provide financial assistance to an adult child if it’s needed.
There was a 43 percentage point gap between young and old adults in how closely they followed news about the attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya.
The number of Americans sympathizing with Israel is five times greater than those siding with the Palestinians.
A quarter of respondents in our 2010 religious knowledge survey incorrectly identified Jerusalem or Nazareth, instead of Bethlehem, as the birthplace of Jesus.
Only three of 12 proposals for reducing the deficit garnered majority support in an early December survey.
About two-thirds of social networkers in 20 countries say they use the sites to share views about music and movies.
A quarter of Americans expect the economy will be worse off a year from now, the highest level since June 2011.
College presidents and the public are 22 points apart on whether online courses offer comparable value to classroom courses.
Texting is nearly universal among young adult cell phone owners, ages 18-29.