More than half of Americans have already begun their holiday shopping, but less than a quarter plan to spend more on gifts this year.
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With the holiday shopping season underway, most Americans believe they've got their own credit card spending under control, but are concerned that other people are less responsible.
Even if they could afford it, fewer than a third of Americans would take a space trip on a commercial flight, and most don’t think they’ll ever go to space.
With the Omicron variant of COVID-19 making headlines, most Americans are worried about another pandemic surge, but don’t expect it to impact their plans for the holiday season.
The number of Americans who expect to visit stores to take advantage of Black Friday prices is up this year, and most haven’t let concerns about COVID-19 affect their shopping plans.
Four out of five Americans say they have a lot to be thankful for this holiday.
If you don’t watch award shows, don’t care what’s happening on “The Bachelorette,” and don’t want to know who is divorcing whom in Hollywood, you’re not alone – most Americans are sick of celebrity news.
Nearly four out of five Americans will gather together for Thanksgiving and most haven’t let the COVID-19 pandemic change their plans for this year’s holiday.
The market for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin is soaring, and the chance to get rich is the main selling point for investors.
A growing majority of Americans believe that the United States should legalize marijuana nationwide.
Most Americans don’t think Halloween is a very important holiday, but they’re fine with letting children celebrate it at school.
Most Americans believe parents are right to be concerned about controversial teaching in public schools, and reject the claim that these are “phony” issues.
Most Americans identify as middle class and, even at the highest income levels, only one-fifth consider themselves wealthy.
While most Americans believe that doctors and nurses should be required to get vaccinated against COVID-19, they’re evenly divided over whether such mandates should include police officers and firefighters.
October 31 is more than two weeks away, but already many Americans are celebrating Halloween and a majority now see it as a month-long season of spooky stuff.
College football fans pack stadiums every Saturday, and millions more watch on TV, but most Americans think big-time sports have too much influence on campus.
The federal Department of Justice is investigating alleged threats against local school officials, but most voters agree that recent parent protests are “clearly protected by the First Amendment.”
More than 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government’s leading expect on the virus has lost credibility and a plurality of Americans now have a negative opinion of Dr. Anthony Fauci.
As the 2021 hurricane season winds down, most Americans believe global warming is to blame for extreme weather.
Problems like COVID-19, immigration and climate change may dominate headlines, but most Americans have a positive view of their own lives.