In the wake of the Dobbs ruling, more Americans are citing abortion or women’s rights as priority issues

Abortion is named as a priority issue by Americans with opinions on both sides of the issue.

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Where do Americans Stand on Climate and Energy Policy?

People are finding the science of climate change increasingly convincing, and 55% of Americans support a clean electricity standard that would decrease the share of electricity coming from traditional sources.

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Fifty Years of Title IX: Where Are We Now?

There is widespread public recognition of progress on gender equality in the 50 years since the passage of Title IX, especially in education and employment.

Most Catholic Americans disagree with hardline positions of church leadership

Just a third of Catholics report the church has had an influence on their political views. Most Catholics support abortion rights and feel that Catholic…

Views on semiautomatic weapons remain partisan

In a survey conducted primarily before the mass shootings in Buffalo, NY and Uvalde, TX, 51% favor a ban on semiautomatic weapons while 32% are…

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