More adults approve than disapprove of the Supreme Court’s decision to allow a high school coach to pray on the field. And a similar share approve of a professional athlete praying or expressing their faith publicly on the field.
About half of adults in America think Medicare and Medicaid should play large roles in paying for ongoing living assistance for older adults and there is broad and bipartisan support for a host of policies to help pay for the costs of long-term care and caregiving.
Most Americans favor constitutional reforms to the Supreme Court to impose term and age limits for justices.
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.