A century after the 19th Amendment was passed, Americans differ over how well the term “feminism” describes them and how they see the movement.
A Century After Women Gained the Right To Vote, Majority of Americans See Work To Do on Gender Equality
A hundred years after the 19th Amendment was ratified, about half of Americans say granting women the right to vote has been the most important milestone in advancing the position of women in the country.
Despite major changes in laws and norms surrounding the issue of same-sex marriage and the rights of LGBT people around the world, public opinion on the acceptance of homosexuality in society remains sharply divided by country, region and economic development.
The gender gap in party identification remains the widest in a quarter century.
The last year the Postal Service recorded any profit was 2006, and its cumulative losses since then totaled $83.1 billion as of March 31.
From distractions to jealousy, how Americans navigate cellphones and social media in their romantic relationships.
Sizable shares say men have more opportunities for high-paying jobs and that men should have preferential treatment when jobs are scarce.
41% of Democratic registered voters say they are bothered that the likely Democratic nominee for the 2020 election is a white man in his 70s.
45% of Americans don’t think it makes a difference that there is growing variety in the types of family arrangements people live in.
A majority of LGB adults report that they have used an online dating site or app, roughly twice the share of straight adults who say the same.