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 AP-NORC Center’s 2018 Long-Term Care Poll asks Americans age 40 and older what they think about telemedicine and other issues related to care.
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.
A survey of 1,038 adults conducted in August 2017 by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak® takes a look at how Americans view the growing role of technology and automation in daily life.
A new poll of 790 teens age 13-17 conducted by The AP-NORC Center using AmeriSpeak® explores how adolescents use social media and messaging applications and examines disparities in use among teens of different groups.