As we mark 10 years since the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag first appeared on social media, here are eight facts about the Black Lives Matter movement.
About six-in-ten Americans (59%) see TikTok as a major or minor threat to national security in the United States.
Across 24 countries, large shares have an unfavorable view of Russia and no confidence in Putin to do the right thing regarding world affairs.
Most Americans (62%) own a pet, including 35% who have more than one. And nearly all U.S. pet owners (97%) say their pets are part of their family.
When asked about the ideal age of a president, around half of Americans (49%) say they prefer someone in their 50s.
Self-employed people in the U.S. are more likely than other workers to be highly satisfied with their jobs
Most self-employed workers (62%) say they are extremely or very satisfied with their job, compared with 51% of those who are not self-employed.
About one-in-four Asian Americans (24%) consider themselves extremely or very informed about the history of Asian people in the United States.
More than 44 million #BlackLivesMatter tweets from nearly 10 million distinct users currently exist on Twitter today. Over half of all existing tweets that include the #BlackLivesMatter hashtag were posted from May to September 2020.
Large shares of Americans support the U.S. taking steps to address global climate change and prioritize renewable energy development in the country. Still, fewer than half are ready to phase out fossil fuels completely and 59% oppose ending the production of gas-powered cars.
Growing shares of Americans view both gun violence and violent crime as very big national problems. 49% of U.S. adults say gun ownership increases safety by allowing law-abiding citizens to protect themselves; an identical share says it reduces safety by giving too many people access to firearms and increasing misuse.