The U.S. receives relatively poor marks compared with other countries and organizations when it comes to dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
A small but significant share of car owners in the U.S. have traded filling up for plugging in, and many more are thinking of joining them.
Putting minimum wage policy in the hands of lawmakers is one of several ways in which the U.S. approach stands apart from other countries.
Around two-thirds of adults in Germany, France and the UK say it is important for their national government to make voting compulsory.
Large ideological divides persist on views of tradition, national pride and discrimination, especially in the U.S.
Across 11 questions on cultural subjects, the gap between the left and right in the U.S. is wider than in the European countries surveyed.
Here are five key findings about people’s attitudes toward systemic reforms in the U.S., France, Germany and the UK.
Most would welcome government-sponsored job training and other interventions.
Roughly 9.6 million U.S. workers lost their jobs during the COVID-19 downturn; only about 2.6 million EU workers lost jobs in this period.
The unauthorized immigrant population’s size and composition has ebbed and flowed significantly over the past 30 years.