A majority of the public think there is some fraud in American elections, though most have at least some confidence in the final vote count, according to a national survey of 1,022 adults conducted by the AP-NORC Center in September using AmeriSpeak®.
A national survey of 1,022 adults conducted by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak® finds that most Americans are interested in the 2016 presidential campaign, but a majority think it is not addressing the issues that matter to them most.
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago and The AP-NORC Center conducted a national AmeriSpeak® survey of Americans’ attitudes on energy, climate change, and government action ahead of the upcoming presidential election.
The first of its kind 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 national survey of 1,096 adults conducted by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak finds that, even as Hillary Clinton has become the first woman to be a major political party’s presidential nominee, women continue to face obstacles.