Despite believing that a good night’s sleep is important, most Americans say they get less than eight hours sleep on most weeknights.
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Most Americans believe the danger of COVID-19 is now mostly over, and oppose making vaccination against the virus mandatory for school children.
Father’s Day is this Sunday, and Americans overwhelmingly believe dads still matter.
Baseball is known as “America’s Pastime,” but less than half have even watched it on TV this season.
Americans consider exercise important, and the vast majority exercise at least once a week.
Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer for most Americans, nearly half of whom expect to take a vacation this summer.
As the nation prepares to celebrate Memorial Day, more than a third of Americans will remember someone close to them who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.
Americans love their coffee, and most coffee drinkers consume at least two cups a day.
With the economy still struggling, most Americans believe this year’s class of college graduates face a tough job market.
Many schools are embattled by controversies around race, gender and sexuality, while most Americans think teaching traditional values is an important task.
Thirty-one states have made English their official language, and more than three-quarters of Americans now believe that should be a nationwide policy.
Now that Twitter has agreed to billionaire Elon Musk’s buyout offer, most Americans think the social media platform will be better.
Although most Americans aren’t paying much attention to the defamation trial between actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, those who do think Depp is the one telling the truth.
Most Americans approve of a judge’s decision striking down mandatory masks on trains and airlines, and believe the danger from the COVID-19 pandemic is mostly over.
The $43 billion offer by Elon Musk to buy the Twitter social media platform has Americans divided – and Democrats are most opposed to Musk’s bid for Twitter.
As life returns to normal following the COVID-19 pandemic, slightly more Americans expect they’ll celebrate Easter Sunday in church.
Half of Americans with full-time jobs say they worked from home at least part of the time during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than a third expect they’ll do more work from home in the future.
An executive at Disney proudly boasted of the inclusion of gay and transgender characters in children’s programs, but Americans are not so enthusiastic about the entertainment giant’s agenda.
When Oscar-winning actor Will Smith slapped host Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards ceremony Sunday, more than a third of Americans thought Smith did the right thing.
Fewer Americans think there are too many lawyers in the country, but a majority still think frivolous lawsuits are adding to the costs of health care and other goods and services.