Many adults are pessimistic about improving their standard of living

Black adults and older adults have a more positive outlook on upward mobility than the rest of the public.

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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.

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Fatigue, traditionalism, and engagement: news habits and attitudes of the Gen Z and Millennial generations

New Media Insight Project study reveals Gen Z and Millennials follow news from a range of sources but have concerns about its reliability and the…

Americans’ experiences, concerns, and views related to gun violence

Many Americans place a high importance on both preventing gun violence and protecting gun rights

More Americans are pessimistic about the impact they can have on climate change compared with three years ago.

Most people are taking a variety of steps that reduce their climate impact, but they are often more motivated by finances than environmental concerns.

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