Pew Research Center
In a national survey that shows the American public is ready for a truce in the ongoing war on drugs, a two-thirds majority of U.S. adults (67 percent) say that the government should focus more on providing treatment for people using drugs such as heroin and cocaine instead of jail time.
Four years after the law’s passage, the Affordable Care Act remains unpopular with the American public, with a majority (53 percent) of U.S. adults saying they disapprove of President Obama’s signature health care legislation.
A poll conducted by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press found that the majority of Americans feel the United States government should not get “too involved” in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Young American adults, Millennials, are forging their own optimistic way into adulthood through a detachment to politics and religion, distrust of others, and low levels of financial literacy.
The findings of a recent poll show that an overwhelming majority of American Catholics approve of Pope Francis.
For the first time in the past 50 years, researchers have found that a record share of wives are more educated than their husbands.
A recent poll conducted by the Pew Research Center has found that the gap between salaries of those with college degrees and those without them is growing.
Prepaid, reloadable cards have become commonplace in personal budgeting, with a new study finding that the often risky products have become more affordable for consumers.
A new survey from the Emerson College Polling Society finds that 61 percent of African-Americans believe race relations are getting worse in the United States. As a whole, 44 percent of poll respondents said race relations are not getting better, with 41 percent of Caucasians and 42 percent of Hispanics holding the same view.
A recently conducted survey shows that, for the first time, the majority of people in the United States view war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan as failures.