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report | Feb 16, 2021

6. Race in the religious lives of Black Americans

Race shapes Black Americans’ personal and religious lives. Nearly seven-in-ten say that being Black is very important to how they think about their own identity. Likewise, across religious groups, roughly three-quarters say that opposing racism is an essential part of their faith, and seven-in-ten religiously unaffiliated adults say this is essential to being a moral […]

report | Jan 30, 2020

2. Political values and Democratic candidate support

Large shares of Democratic voters prefer an active role for government and believe in the importance of its regulatory role. About eight-in-ten Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters say the government should do more to solve problems, while just 20% say it’s doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals. Similarly, 78% say the government […]

report | Dec 17, 2019

1. Views of the major problems facing the country

Note: For 2023 survey data on problems facing the country, read “Inflation, Health Costs, Partisan Cooperation Among the Nation’s Top Problems“ When asked to consider the major problems facing the country, the affordability of health care and drug addiction top the American public’s list. Other issues, including illegal immigration and climate change, are seen as […]

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