The June 2018 AP-NORC Poll reveals that Americans are interested in undergoing DNA testing to discover their ancestry but are skeptical about the ability of these types of tests to predict disease or identify proper medical treatment.
The April 2018 AP-NORC Poll asked internet users about their data privacy concerns and steps they may have taken to protect their personal information in the wake of the Facebook privacy scandal. The findings reveal widespread concern about unsecured personal information, and most believe that social media companies and their users bear a large responsibility for protecting this information.
The March 2018 AP-NORC Poll asked 1,122 adults about gun laws in America and the effect stricter laws might have on mass shootings and other types of gun violence.
The AP-NORC Center conducted a national survey of 1,054 adults to explore the public’s attitudes toward gun control and its impact on violence in the United States.
The September 2017 AP-NORC Poll of 1,150 adults investigates how Americans feel about the threat that North Korea’s nuclear weapons program poses to the country and the world.