While the public continues to be largely negative in its assessment of the economy and President Biden’s handling of it, most people do not hold Biden’s policies responsible for high prices.
Public outlook on U.S. foreign policy differs two years into the Biden administration compared with two years into the Trump administration
Three-quarters say the U.S. and the U.N. have a responsibility to protect the rights of women and minority groups around the world.
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.
The public’s opinion on religion in sports
More adults approve than disapprove of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow a high school coach to pray on the field. A similar share approve of a professional athlete praying or expressing their faith publicly on the field.
Despite some signals of optimism, the public remains largely dissatisfied with the economy and the direction of the country
President Biden’s approval ratings and the public’s view of the economy have improved slightly, although 72% still say the country is headed in the wrong direction.