There has been a sharp decline in the share of Republican voters who are “very confident” that votes cast at polling places will be counted accurately.
U.S. adults under 30 now trust information from social media almost as much as from national news outlets
Half of 18- to 29-year-olds say they have at least some trust in the information they get from social media sites.
A new survey asked respondents who have heard at least “a little” about Christian nationalism: “In your own words, what does the phrase ‘Christian nationalism’ mean to you?” These responses capture the range of different views expressed.
But they hold differing opinions about what that phrase means, and two-thirds of U.S. adults say churches should keep out of politics.
More than eight-in-ten people who say the U.S. should be a Christian nation (86%) are themselves Christian.
With Diwali celebrations underway, here are some facts about Hindus around the world.
About six-in-ten parents of K-12 children (61%) say the first year of the pandemic had a negative effect on their children’s education.
Republican and Democratic parents differ widely over what their children should learn at school about gender identity, slavery and other topics, but they are equally satisfied with the quality of education their children are receiving.
Large majorities value government investments in science and consider it important for the United States to be a world leader in scientific achievement, but few think the country is gaining ground globally.
53% of those 50 and older say the widespread use of driverless vehicles would be a bad idea for society, as do 37% of adults ages 18 to 49.