Household expenses are on the rise for most Americans, but few have seen a corresponding increase in their income.
After nearly two years of pandemic life, Gen Z points to COVID-19 as a significant source of stress that is getting in the way of them pursing their social, educational, and career goals.
Most Americans want to avoid changing their clocks twice a year, but there is no consensus on whether the clocks should stay on daylight saving time or standard time.
Despite most describing their household financial situation as good, Americans’ views of the national economy are largely pessimistic as economic issues persist.
Fewer Americans plan to participate in Halloween activities than before the COVID-19 pandemic.