Pew Research Center’s surveys have shed light on public opinion around some of the biggest news events of 2022. Now, we’re looking back at the past year through 15 of our most striking research findings. For example, following Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, Americans became much more likely to see Russia as an enemy of the United States. Also, following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe versus Wade, the partisan gap in views of the court grew wider than at any point in more than three decades. And most Americans who have experienced extreme weather in the past year – including majorities in both political parties – see climate change as a factor.