Football remains America’s favorite sport, and a plurality of fans expect the Los Angeles Rams to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in Sunday’s Super Bowl.
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ABC’s decision to suspend “The View” co-host Whoopi Goldberg for her comments about the Holocaust is supported by most Americans, who nonetheless think “cancel culture” is out of control.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement from professional football this week, and most Americans agree that it was time for the 44-year-old to hang up his cleats.
Although a majority of Americans are against forcing public school students to get the COVID-19 vaccine, nearly two-thirds of Democrats want to make vaccination mandatory.
Most Americans say this winter hasn’t been worse than usual, but they believe climate change could cause severe snow storms.
Fewer Americans approve of how the media are covering the COVID-19 pandemic, and half now think the threat of the virus is being exaggerated.
Tattoos are increasingly common among younger Americans, and most of those who have tattoos have more than one.
Barely a third of Americans believe Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams of equal opportunity in the country are a reality.
As the nation nears the annual Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, only a quarter of Americans have a positive view of race relations in the country.
While a majority of Americans still think social media sites should permit free speech, most Democrats want companies like Twitter and Facebook to regulate content on their platforms.
As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 produces a spike in cases nationwide, about three-quarters of Americans are already vaccinated against the coronavirus, and two-thirds of those have gotten booster shots.
After a year in which many cities set new homicide records, a plurality of Americans say crime is getting worse in their communities.
The majority of Americans will spend New Year’s Eve at home, and most of them have someone to kiss at midnight.
It’s New Year’s Eve and Americans are ready to say good-bye and good riddance to 2021.
Planning to do better in 2022? You’re in the minority, as most Americans won’t be making New Year’s resolutions, but those who do expect to keep them.
Nearly half of Americans say their personal finances got worse this year, and only a third expect improvement in 2022.
Transgender activists have accused J.K. Rowling of “hate speech” for saying it, but most Americans agree with the Harry Potter author that there are only two genders.
Christmas remains the nation’s most important holiday, Americans say, and more plan to attend religious services to celebrate the holiday this year.
Nearly half of Americans find the holiday season more stressful than joyful and report they’re having trouble getting into the holiday spirit this year.
With less than a week left until Christmas, many Americans haven’t finished shopping for gifts and more than one-in-five haven’t even started yet.