Only one of this year’s 35 Senate elections didn’t go the same way as the state’s 2020 presidential vote. The exception was Wisconsin.
58% of U.S. adults say they do not believe “we are living in the end times” – the destruction of the world as we know it.
The new House will have 80 members who’ve served in the military, or 18.4% of members. That’s up from 75, or 17.2%, in the 117th Congress.
Additionally, about half of lower-income parents (52%) say they have not had enough money for food or their rent or mortgage.
Evangelical Protestant adults under 40 are more likely than older evangelicals to say climate change is an extremely or very serious problem.
Most think social media has made it easier to manipulate and divide people, but they also say it informs and raises awareness.
People in advanced and emerging economies have mixed feelings about social media’s impact on political life.
China has had the world's largest population since at least 1950 but is now projected to experience an absolute decline as early as 2023.
The share of young employees who have been with their employer three years or more has remained relatively steady over time.
After declining early in the COVID-19 outbreak, immigrant naturalizations in the U.S. are rising again
An estimated 940,000 immigrants became U.S. citizens during the 2022 fiscal year. That annual total would be the third-highest on record.