There is growing polarization in confidence in science, with Democrats (64%) more confident than Republicans (34%). This 30-point gap is up from 9 points in 2018.
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.
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 using—and not using—it.
Mothers are more likely than fathers to say they do more around the house than their partner, and women are more likely to say having a child is an obstacle for job security.