A narrow majority of Americans continue to say labor unions have a positive effect on the way things are going in the United States.
Nine-in-ten Americans say the internet has been essential or important to them, many made video calls and 40% used technology in new ways. But while tech was a lifeline for some, others faced struggles.
The share of mothers who said it would be best for them to work full time dropped from 51% to 44% between 2019 and 2020.
Six-in-ten U.S. adults say they would prefer to live in a community with larger homes with greater distances to retail stores and schools.
Republicans are critical of how major institutions, from large corporations and tech companies to universities and K-12 public schools, are affecting the U.S.
In March 2021 – the most recent month for which data is available – around 3 million American citizens traveled outside of the country.
A report detailing allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo is prompting a renewed conversation about workplace harassment and abuse in the U.S.
Renters headed 36% of U.S. households in 2019. Young people, racial and ethnic minorities, and those with lower incomes are more likely to rent.
A growing share of U.S. adults say it’s a bad thing for the country that some people have personal fortunes of a billion dollars or more.
With the economic recovery gaining momentum, unemployment among immigrants is about equal with that of U.S.-born workers.