Public concern about addiction is down even in the parts of the U.S. where drug overdose death rates have increased the most.
Most Americans value having family close by, while 55% say they live within an hour’s drive of at least some extended family members.
Many Black Americans say they learn about their ancestors and U.S. Black history from family.
A Pew Research Center analysis of official reports of COVID-19-related deaths across the country shows how the dynamics of the pandemic have shifted over the past two years.
49% of Americans say the availability of affordable housing in their local community is a major problem, up 10 points from early 2018.
Americans relocated less during the COVID-19 outbreak, moving from one residence to another in 2020 at the lowest rate in more than 70 years.
Nearly half of U.S. adults say the pandemic has driven people in their community apart. Many see a long road to recovery: About one-in-five say life in their community will never get back to the way it was before COVID-19.
Here are some key findings about Americans’ attitudes about gun violence, gun policy and other subjects, drawn from recent surveys.
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.
Rural adults are less likely than suburban adults to have home broadband and less likely than urban adults to own a smartphone, tablet or computer.