Large majorities of Americans believe the government taxes and spends too much, which hurts the private sector.
A recent study by the University of Maryland has discovered that five in six Americans favor a constitutional amendment to execute term limits on Members of Congress.
Large majorities of Americans – including Democrats – agree that a strong economy is vital to the long-term health of Social Security and Medicare.
Most Americans consider China a serious economic and military threat to the United States.
A rising number of Americans believe getting a well-paid job should be possible without spending a fortune on a college degree.
Americans say they are struggling with the rising cost of everyday products in stores and the overall cost of living.
A large majority of Americans believe that the virus responsible for the COVID-19 outbreak came from a laboratory in China, including a majority of Republicans and Democrats.
According to a recent YouGov poll, 40% of Americans have temporarily stopped using social media to improve their mental health, and 31% believe that social media has a negative impact on their lives to some extent.
Support for school choice policies like education savings accounts (ESAs) have steadily grown over the past three years as confidence in public schools shrinks.
For third year in a row, Americans rank China as America’s greatest enemy in the world today.