Support for the death penalty has declined significantly in the past decade, and less than half of Americans still favor capital punishment.
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Most parents are against making COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for school children, but most Democrats favor such a mandate.
Most Americans don’t think Halloween is a very important holiday, but they do believe grown-ups should celebrate it.
Some outspoken critics have slammed a new series inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, but most people who have seen Amazon Prime’s “The Rings of Power” rate the show positively.
Most Americans say religion is important to their own lives, and many think the country would be better off if more people attended religious services regularly.
A year after school controversies helped Republicans win big in Virginia, education remains an important issue for most voters.
Experts say obesity is a growing problem in America – pardon the pun – and women are more willing than men to admit they’re overweight.
While a majority of Americans think the nation’s drug abuse problem is getting worse, most don’t believe marijuana is dangerous.
About half of Americans believe the popular social media platform TikTok is bad, and even more think it is dangerous for teenagers.
Today is the first day of autumn, and nearly half of Americans are happy it’s here.
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.