A large majority of Americans believe that the virus responsible for the COVID-19 outbreak came from a laboratory in China, including a majority of Republicans and Democrats.
According to a recent YouGov poll, 40% of Americans have temporarily stopped using social media to improve their mental health, and 31% believe that social media has a negative impact on their lives to some extent.
Support for school choice policies like education savings accounts (ESAs) have steadily grown over the past three years as confidence in public schools shrinks.
For third year in a row, Americans rank China as America’s greatest enemy in the world today.
More Americans favor taking a firm stance to safeguard Taiwan rather than prioritizing positive relations with China.
Most find it realistic to expect people to remain married to one person their entire lives, but attitudes about the importance of marriage as an institution are mixed.
In the aftermath of the Chinese spy balloon that floated across the country for seven days, Americans are starting to think twice about Chinese involvement in our domestic affairs.
Two-thirds of Americans favor preserving tax cuts for small businesses and exempting small businesses from new regulations.
Americans support diversity on campus but oppose colleges using race as a factor when deciding whom to admit.
Americans across the political spectrum back policies aiding families with children.