White evangelical Protestants are slightly less positive about the president's response to the coronavirus pandemic now than in March.
President Trump has called himself a defender of religious liberty. But how do Americans see his administration’s effect on religious groups?
Many single-and-looking people wouldn’t want to date someone who voted for the opposing party's candidate in the 2016 presidential election.
U.S. adults express wide concern that states will lift COVID-19 restrictions too quickly.
Roughly nine-in-ten or more U.S. adults say it is either somewhat or very important to have a president who lives a moral, ethical life.
President Trump’s name is the most frequently mentioned word among Canadians. Mexicans more often cite words related to economics.
Sharply growing majorities of Americans say the outbreak poses a major threat to the health of the U.S. population and the nation’s economy.
A majority of Americans say Trump is “not too” or “not at all” religious. Half either say they’re not sure what his religion is or that he has none.
About half say they have seen at least some made-up news about the virus; 29% think it was created in a lab.
Majorities express confidence in how the CDC and state and local officials are responding to the outbreak.