A Year after Inauguration, Biden Faces a More Critical and Pessimistic Public

Americans’ confidence in President Biden’s leadership has waned over his first year in office as more people feel the country is headed in the wrong direction.

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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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Religion and the Pandemic

While the pandemic persists, life in religious congregations is showing signs of slowly returning to normal. Twenty-one percent of adults attend weekly religious services in-person,…

MTV/AP-NORC Poll: Younger Generations Stand Out on Identity, Acceptance, and Progressive Policies

Overall, Gen Z holds more socially and politically progressive attitudes than Gen X and even Millennials, but divides persist within that generation along similar political…

Telehealth and Equity

Sixty-two percent of adults age 50 and older have used telehealth since the beginning of the pandemic, but socioeconomic differences emerge in the reasons for…

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