How are U.S. parents raising their children these days, and how does their approach compare with the way their own parents raised them?
Most Black adults (63%) say voting is an extremely or very effective strategy for Black progress; only 42% say the same of protesting.
K-12 parents differ by party in how frequently they discuss certain national issues with their children
A quarter of U.S. parents of K-12 students say racism or racial inequality comes up in conversation with their children very or fairly often.
Here’s a look back at the past year and some of its biggest news events through 15 of our most striking research findings.
At least four-in-ten U.S. adults have faced high levels of psychological distress during COVID-19 pandemic
58% of those ages 18 to 29 have experienced high levels of psychological distress at least once between March 2020 and September 2022.
The new House will have 80 members who’ve served in the military, or 18.4% of members. That’s up from 75, or 17.2%, in the 117th Congress.
China has had the world's largest population since at least 1950 but is now projected to experience an absolute decline as early as 2023.
With more states authorizing the use of marijuana, the public continues to favor legalizing it for medical and recreational purposes.
Large majorities in both parties say spending time with family provides them a great deal or quite a bit of meaning and fulfillment.
Social media is an important tool for consumers, with some Americans – particularly younger adults – turning to influencer recommendations.