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.
Fewer Americans plan to participate in Halloween activities than before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Americans are less likely to regard sexual misconduct as a serious problem compared with 2017, and most think the movement is leading to more people and companies taking action against sexual misconduct.
Ninety-five percent of Americans believe the spread of misinformation is a problem, and most blame social media companies, social media users, and U.S. politicians for its spread, according to a new Pearson Institute/AP-NORC poll.
December 21, 2020 As a year marked by a pandemic, economic uncertainty, and a divisive election comes to a close, few Americans are feeling festive during the holiday season. Just 22% of Americans feel very or extremely festive this year, down from 49% one year ago. Although more Americans are experiencing positive emotions than negative…