Thirty-six percent sympathize with the United Auto Workers’ strike against Detroit’s three automakers and only 9% side with the automakers. A majority supports the union’s demand for higher wages.
The public holds a complex set of views about freedom of expression on university campuses with most people supporting several restrictions on faculty and student expression on college campuses in the United States.
Most adults remain in favor of universal background checks, red flag laws, and semi-automatic rifle bans.
Half the public feels it is never necessary to sacrifice civil liberties to prevent terrorism, and few consider warrantless government analysis of internet activities and communications an acceptable means for monitoring threats against the United States.
The public is worried about a variety of problems threatening a free press in the United States and around the world, though trust in the news media remains low.