Americans have become less inclined to support trading civil liberties for security and most do not think the country is doing a good job protecting many rights and liberties.
Twenty years after 9/11, less than 3 in 10 adults consider warrantless government analysis of internet activities and communications an acceptable means for monitoring threats against the U.S.
Majorities support the right to practice any or no religion without government restriction, but many Americans think some groups face threats to these freedoms today.
Most Americans support a number of reforms to prevent police violence and want extensive changes to the criminal justice system, according to the June 2020 AP-NORC Poll.
The June 2020 AP-NORC Poll reveals more than half of Americans approve of the recent protests. But there are considerable differences in how black and white Americans view the impact and response to them.