More than half of the public are at least somewhat sad or angry about the court’s ruling and about a third are relieved, proud, or excited.
Americans have become concerned about rising prices and about half the public doubts that either party has the ability to get things done.
The lives of most adults in America remain different than they were before the pandemic, as more than half are still at least somewhat concerned about COVID-19 infection and think steps like vaccination and effective treatments are essential to participate fully in public life again.
Abortion is named as a priority issue by Americans with opinions on both sides of the issue.
Forty-eight percent say Donald Trump should be charged with a crime for his role in what happened at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and 49% think he bears a great deal of responsibility for the riot.