For many Americans it’s hard to conceptualize a world without the Internet, but a new survey suggests that 15 percent of American adults are still offline.
Ladies, if you’re looking for a handsome fella, you don’t have to look any further than your own backyard, apparently.
A new survey shows that Marylanders love their state parks.
10 questions were added to a survey administered to all public middle schools in Maryland this year — including questions about their sexual activity.
U.S. workers face a dim future, with stagnant or falling pay and fewer openings for full-time jobs.
Americans are highly likely to inflate their amount of religious participation – if they even attend religious services at all.
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.
Survey participants who showed anti-gay views died an average of 2.5 years earlier than those who didn’t.
Oil-rich North Dakota leads the nation in a survey of the emotional, physical and mental well-being of its residents, followed closely by its sister state South Dakota, according to a national survey.
90 percent of respondents say scientists are working for the benefit of humanity.