Just 12% of Republicans and Republican leaners say dealing with climate change should be a top priority for the president and Congress.
Most Americans now live in a legal marijuana state – and most have at least one dispensary in their county
74% of Americans live in a state where marijuana is legal for either recreational or medical use.
Growing shares of Republicans rate immigration and terrorism as top priorities for the president and Congress this year.
Just 24% say the country’s problems could be better solved if presidents didn’t have to worry about Congress or the courts.
The share of the public that supports authoritarian systems ranges from 85% in India to 8% in Sweden.
Representative Democracy Remains a Popular Ideal, but People Around the World Are Critical of How It’s Working
A 24-country survey finds a median of 59% are dissatisfied with how their democracy is functioning, and 74% think elected officials don’t care what people like them think.
Women made up 47% of the U.S. civilian labor force in 2023, up from 30% in 1950 – but growth has stagnated.
About three-quarters of Americans say they have heard a lot or a little about Ozempic, Wegovy and other similar drugs that are being used for weight loss. Among those familiar with these drugs, 53% think they are good options to lose weight for people with obesity or a weight-related health condition.
Across 27 countries surveyed, people generally see social media as more of a good thing than a bad thing for democracy.
About half of all U.S. adults who use TikTok have never posted a video themselves. And the top 25% of U.S. adults on the site by posting volume produce 98% of all publicly accessible videos from this group. Users who have posted videos are generally more active on the platform than non-posters.