Four years later, most believe women have benefited from the #MeToo movement

Americans are less likely to regard sexual misconduct as a serious problem compared with 2017, and most think the movement is leading to more people and companies taking action against sexual misconduct.

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Major Decline in Confidence that the Government is Protecting Voting Rights

Forty-three percent of Americans say the federal government is doing a good job protecting the right to vote and 37% say it is doing a poor job. In 2015, 70% said it was doing a good job.

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Bipartisan Support for Resettling Afghans who worked with U.S. forces during the war

An overwhelming majority of Americans across party lines support the efforts to provide refuge in the U.S. to Afghans who supported the American and Afghan…

Coronavirus Worries and Social Isolation among Older Adults

With COVID-19 case counts remaining high in much of the United States, 34% of adults age 50 and older feel socially isolated. And 1 in…

Tom Rosenstiel Joins NORC at the University of Chicago and the AP-NORC Center as a Senior Fellow

CHICAGO, Sept. 27, 2021 – Tom Rosenstiel, outgoing executive director of the American Press Institute (API) and a new faculty member at the Philip Merrill College…

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