The first of its kind bi-monthly survey of racially and ethnically diverse young adults conducted by the Black Youth Project at the University of Chicago with The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
A new study of 1,004 adults conducted in February by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak® explores the public’s attitudes on diversity and immigration and investigates what Americans say makes up the country’s identity.
A new poll of 790 teens age 13-17 conducted by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak® digs into how the next generation of voters view current events and American politics, as well as their level of civic engagement both in and outside of school.
Few Americans want to keep the nation’s health care law just as it is now, but most do not want to see it completely dismantled either, according to a national poll of 1,036 adults conducted in January by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak®.
A national survey of 1,017 adults conducted Dec. 14-19 by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research using AmeriSpeak® finds that Republicans, Democrats, and independents all rank health care as the top issue facing the country in 2017.