Just over half of Democrats and Republicans think news organizations should not report the government’s secret anti-terrorism methods.
About three-quarters of Russians don’t think homosexuality should be accepted by society.
A much smaller percentage of African Americans view the Supreme Court favorably after the end of the recent term than in March.
About three-in-ten Americans say journalists contribute “a lot” to society’s well-being, a 10-percentage-point drop from four years ago.
A third of Japanese are satisfied with the direction of their country.
A small percentage of Americans still view Armstrong’s walk on the moon as a top American achievement.
A chapter in technology history comes to a close today, when India’s state-owned telecom company, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, will send its last telegram after 163 years.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge – formerly known as Kate Middleton – are expecting the birth of their first child any day now, an event that will once again bring the royal family into the spotlight, whether the public welcomes the news coverage or not. In December 2012, a quarter of Americans said […]
In 2011, a strong majority of the world’s population lived in countries with high religious restrictions.
Compared to other generations, a smaller percentage of Millennials say the U.S. is the greatest country in the world.