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.
January 10, 2022 As nearly 800,000 Americans died due to the pandemic and the economy experiences a surge of inflation and an employment slowdown, most Americans are pessimistic about the year ahead. COVID-19 continues to top the list of Americans’ priorities for the government to address, but not as overwhelmingly as last year. To explore…
Most Americans say Congress should continue to investigate the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. In addition to holding the rioters accountable, most of the public blame former President Trump.
Americans are more likely to celebrate the holidays this year, but many are finding their gift giving hampered by high prices and supply shortages.
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, up from 5% in the spring of 2020.