As Valentine’s Day arrives, most Americans would like to celebrate the romantic occasion with dinner for two.
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At a time when war in the Middle East has heightened tensions, most Americans view anti-Semitism as the most prevalent source of religious bigotry.
Even though most Americans say this year’s winter is not worse than usual, a majority still believe climate change could cause more severe weather.
This year didn’t live up to expectations for most Americans, but many are still optimistic about 2024.
Nearly half of Americans believe freedom of speech has declined at U.S. colleges and universities, and more than two-thirds say anti-Semitism is a serious campus problem.
While the holiday shopping season traditionally begins on “Black Friday” – the day after Thanksgiving – many Americans aren’t waiting to buy gifts.
More Americans now think they’re rich, but most still identify as middle class.
Tomorrow marks the official beginning of fall, and nearly half of Americans welcome the season.
Although two-thirds of Americans agree that racism remains a serious problem, many still think we talk too much about race.
Most Americans don’t think “Generation Z” – born since the late 1990s – are better than earlier generations, and many blame Internet access for Gen Z’s problems.
Less than a third of Americans think the country’s public schools are doing a good or excellent job, and most parents of school-age children approve of homeschooling.
Although most Americans don’t pay much attention to so-called “influencers” on social media, many young adults have thought about pursuing such a career.
A larger majority of Americans now think summer camp is an important experience for children.
Although concerns about the abuse of opioid drugs have eased somewhat, by more than a 2-to-1 margin, Americans say the problem has gotten worse in the past year.
How hot is it this summer? Hot enough that nearly two-thirds of Americans suspect climate change is to blame.
Most Americans say they’re not going to the movies as often as they did a few years ago, and the declining quality of Hollywood films seems to be a major reason.
Sales of consumer fireworks are booming, and many Americans expect they’ll be lighting up their own backyard displays to celebrate Independence Day this year.
If they had their choice, nearly 1-in-5 Americans would rather live in Florida.
More than one-in-five Americans say they or someone they know has seen an unidentified flying object (UFO), and a majority think the government may be covering up the truth about UFOs.
Perhaps boosted by lower gasoline costs, more Americans this year say they’re planning a vacation this summer.