2023: The Public’s Priorities and Expectations

The economy – and specifically inflation – are the public’s top policy priorities. Republicans cite immigration as their top concern, for Democrats, the most important issue is the environment and climate change.

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Immigration attitudes and conspiratorial thinkers: A study issued on the 10th anniversary of The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research

Although most Americans say diversity makes the U.S. stronger, one in three believe immigrants are being brought to the country for political gains.

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research

Celebrating 10 years of informing journalism with trustworthy data and analysis.

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Knowing the news: How Gen Z and Millennials get information on essential topics

New Media Insight Project study reveals how Gen Z and Millennials follow and interact with topics fundamental to their lives and society.

People don’t think the government is doing enough to combat climate change

Amidst deep partisan divides on climate policy, only a third of the public think the Inflation Reduction Act will have an impact on combatting climate…

Few think our democracy is working well these days

Forty-seven percent have a great deal or quite a bit of confidence in the accuracy of the vote counts this November, up from 39% ahead…

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