Today is the first day of autumn, and nearly half of Americans are happy it’s here.
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How highly did Americans regard the late Queen Elizabeth II of England? Most think she’ll be a tough act for the newly crowned King Charles III to follow.
The cost of a college education has risen faster than inflation, even as many Americans believe the value of a degree has declined.
As children return to classrooms this fall, a majority of Democrats still support school policies to require masks and vaccines against COVID-19.
Although it’s not viewed as one of America’s most important holidays, Labor Day is seen more as a recognition of workers than merely the unofficial end of summer.
Americans are worried about the danger of school shootings, and support has increased for arming teachers to defend their classrooms.
Problems like inflation, crime and drug overdoses make national headlines, but most Americans still have a positive view of their own lives.
As students return to the classroom this fall, more than four times as many Americans rate public schools poor as rate them excellent.
College football kicks off Saturday, and a majority of fans think it’s likely that the University of Alabama will claim the national championship this season.
More than a decade after Barack Obama emphasized the need for “world-class education,” most Americans think U.S. schools are failing to deliver.
A majority of Americans believe more needs to be done to stop professional athletes from engaging in sexual misconduct.
More Americans would rather live in rural areas or small towns than in cities, and Florida leads the list of states where they’d move if they had the chance.
Most Americans believe summer camp is an important experience for children, although fewer think so than in previous years.
Fewer than one-in-six Americans are vegetarians, but about twice as many have tried meatless substitute products.
By more than a four-to-one margin, Americans say the nation’s problem with opioid drugs is getting worse, not better – and they don’t think President Joe Biden is doing enough to stop it.
Is this summer hotter and drier than usual? Many Americans say so, and a majority think it could be because of climate change.
The more things change, the more they stay the same, at least when it comes to America’s choice of ice cream flavors.
Are children seeing stuff in movies they aren’t ready to see? Most Americans think so.
While online dating has grown in popularity, less than a third of Americans have a favorable opinion of dating apps.
More than ever, Americans this Fourth of July think the Founding Fathers would be disappointed in the nation they established 246 years ago.