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Americans Skeptical About College Admissions’ Use of Race

Americans favor race neutrality when it comes to college admissions. 

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China Remains Top Perceived Threat to the U.S.

Despite Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, Americans continue to rank China as the greatest potential threat to the United States.  

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Inflation Could Be the Grinch that Stole Christmas  

Most Americans expect to cut back on holiday shopping this year due to rising prices.  

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Split-Ticket Voters: Smaller in Number but Bigger in Impact

Despite fewer Americans splitting their ballots between Republicans and Democrats in 2022, those who did split their tickets greatly affected election outcomes in key states.  

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Hispanic Voters Want Stronger Border Enforcement  

Hispanic Americans who voted in the 2022 midterm elections say the government should increase enforcement of immigration laws.

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Most Americans Say Military’s Main Purpose is Deterrence  

A new poll by Scott Rasmussen reveals that 60 percent of Americans say the primary purpose of the U.S. military is deterring others from attacking the United States.  

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