Five years after the “Me Too” hashtag went viral, about half of Americans who have heard of the movement express support for it, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted this summer. There are wide partisan gaps in these views, with Democrats roughly three times as likely as Republicans to support the Me Too movement. Americans also see some changes in how sexual harassment and assault are handled in the workplace. Seven-in-ten U.S. adults say that, compared with five years ago, people who commit sexual harassment or assault in the workplace are now more likely to be held responsible for their actions. And about six-in-ten say that those who report harassment or assault at work are now more likely to be believed.