With high school graduation season upon us, most Americans doubt that new graduates are prepared either to enter the job market or succeed in college.
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With Mother’s Day this Sunday, more Americans believe being a mom is an important job.
Most Americans have a positive opinion of Amazon, and the online retail giant gets the highest ratings from customers who use the service most frequently.
Most gun owners say they feel safer with a firearm in the house, and don’t think the government can be trusted to enforce gun control laws fairly.
With college graduation season approaching, a majority of Americans think new grads will have trouble finding jobs.
Sites like Facebook and Twitter aren’t safe for minors, according to a majority of Americans, who have become more comfortable with social media platforms censoring offensive material.
In the aftermath of an uproar over Anheuser-Busch’s use of transgender model Dylan Mulvaney to promote Bud Light beer, a majority of Americans favor boycotting the brand.
Most American homeowners remain confident in the resale value of their homes.
Religious faith is important to most Americans, but they worry that traditional beliefs are getting watered down.
An increasing number of Americans believe the U.S. economy is fair to women, and most see careers and family life as equally important for women.
Teaching traditional values remains important, according to an overwhelming majority of Americans, but less than half think public schools do a good job at it.
As Black History Month comes to an end, a plurality of Americans believe race relations in the country are getting worse.
Despite years of progressive activism, a majority of Americans still don’t buy into the “woke” narrative that white people have a monopoly on racism.
Dinner with that special someone remains the favorite way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
The Philadelphia Eagles are fan favorites to win Super Bowl LVII when they take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday.
Most Americans still don’t think new gun control laws are the best way to fight crime, and half approve of states dropping permit requirements for concealed carry of firearms.
Although few Americans think 2022 was one of the best years ever, they rated it better than last year, and they have higher expectations for 2023.
The number of Americans getting vaccinated against influenza has declined in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The popularity of “Drag Queen Story Hour” doesn’t include the parents of school-age children, who overwhelmingly oppose the phenomenon in which men dressed as women perform for children.
Support for the death penalty has declined significantly in the past decade, and less than half of Americans still favor capital punishment.