Americans are more likely to celebrate the holidays this year, but many are finding their gift giving hampered by high prices and supply shortages.
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.
Household expenses are on the rise for most Americans, but few have seen a corresponding increase in their income.
Despite most describing their household financial situation as good, Americans’ views of the national economy are largely pessimistic as economic issues persist.
Americans are closely divided over the preferred approach to government: 52% want a bigger government providing more services and 47% favor a smaller government delivering fewer services.