79% of Americans favor maximum age limits for elected officials in Washington, D.C. And 74% support such limits for Supreme Court justices.
Americans differ over how important it is for political candidates they support to share their personal traits
66% of U.S. adults say it is extremely or very important that candidates share their views on political issues.
In 2021, nearly 2.5 million Latinos in the United States held advanced degrees such as master’s degrees or doctorates.
NPORS is an annual survey of U.S. adults conducted by the Pew Research Center used to to produce benchmark estimates for several topics.
People in Hungary and Poland have different views on the future of the economic sanctions that the European Union and the U.S. have imposed on Russia. Roughly half of Hungarians believe these sanctions should be decreased, while just 3% of Poles say the same. Most Polish adults (67%) prefer instead to increase sanctions against Russia.
71% of Hispanic Catholics see climate change as an extremely or very serious problem, compared with 49% of White, non-Hispanic Catholics.
In 2021, there were 2.6 million foreign-born Hispanics who had been in the U.S. for five years or less. This is down from 3.8 million in 2000.
55% of Americans say there are too few women in top executive business positions. This is down somewhat from 59% who said this in 2018.
For the most part, Americans don’t think a woman president would do better or worse than a man when it comes to key leadership traits or the handling of various policy areas. At the same time, the public sees differences in the way men and women running for higher office are treated by the media.
The survey asked whether a woman president would be better, worse, or neither better nor worse than a man when it comes to several leadership traits. For each trait asked about, majorities say that a woman president would be neither better nor worse or that the president’s gender doesn’t matter. For those who do see […]