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Diversity and Division in Advanced Economies
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67% of Americans perceive a rise in extreme weather, but partisans differ over government efforts to address it
REPORT | OCT 15, 2021
Most Americans Who Go to Religious Services Say They Would Trust Their Clergy’s Advice on COVID-19 Vaccines
But a slim majority have not heard their congregation’s leaders say much about them.
In historically Black Protestant churches, regular attenders more likely to have received COVID-19 shot
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SHORT READ | OCT 15, 2021
In historically Black Protestant churches, regular attenders more likely to have received COVID-19 shot
82% of members of the historically Black Protestant tradition who attend church regularly have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
REPORT | OCT 15, 2021
Most Americans Who Go to Religious Services Say They Would Trust Their Clergy’s Advice on COVID-19 Vaccines
Most U.S. adults who regularly attend religious services voice confidence in their clergy to provide guidance on the coronavirus vaccine.
SHORT READ | OCT 14, 2021
67% of Americans perceive a rise in extreme weather, but partisans differ over government efforts to address it
46% of U.S. adults say the area where they live has had an extreme weather event over the past 12 months.
SHORT READ | OCT 13, 2021
Americans see stronger societal conflicts than people in other advanced economies
New findings reveal exactly how the United States is more divided than the other 16 advanced economies surveyed.
REPORT | OCT 13, 2021
Diversity and Division in Advanced Economies
Wide majorities in most of the 17 advanced economies surveyed say having people of many different backgrounds improves their society, but most also see conflicts between partisan, racial and ethnic groups.
SHORT READ | OCT 12, 2021
U.S. household growth over last decade was the lowest ever recorded
The 2020 census counted 126.8 million occupied households, representing 9% growth over the 116.7 million households counted in the 2010 census.
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REPORT | SEP 15, 2021
Majority in U.S. Says Public Health Benefits of COVID-19 Restrictions Worth the Costs, Even as Large Shares Also See Downsides
73% say they are vaccinated, but at least half express confusion, concern over vaccine information and health impacts.
SHORT READ | OCT 8, 2021
States have mandated vaccinations since long before COVID-19
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SHORT READ | SEP 24, 2021
Unvaccinated Americans are at higher risk from COVID-19 but express less concern than vaccinated adults
Unvaccinated Americans are less likely to be concerned about health effects of COVID-19 and to wear masks in businesses all or most of the time.
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SHORT READ | SEP 27, 2021
Support for Black Lives Matter declined after George Floyd protests, but has remained unchanged since
Currently, 55% of U.S. adults express at least some support for the Black Lives Matter movement, unchanged from a year ago.
SHORT READ | SEP 23, 2021
Who is Hispanic?
The 2020 census has drawn attention to some layers of Hispanic identity, providing details about how Hispanics view their racial identity.
SHORT READ | SEP 9, 2021
Key facts about U.S. Latinos for National Hispanic Heritage Month
In 2020, Hispanics made up nearly one-in-five people in the U.S. (19%), up from 16% in 2010 and just 5% in 1970.
SHORT READ | AUG 23, 2021
Most Americans say the declining share of White people in the U.S. is neither good nor bad for society
Majorities across demographic and political groups have neutral views about the changing racial makeup of the U.S. population.
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SHORT READ | SEP 30, 2021
Key findings about restrictions on religion around the world in 2019
Social hostilities around the world involving religion declined in 2019 to the lowest level in five years.
SHORT READ | SEP 22, 2021
Merkel will end her tenure in office as a leader who was internationally popular during tumultuous times
During Merkel’s tenure, Germans have generally had more favorable views of their economy than other Europeans and Americans had of their own.
SHORT READ | SEP 21, 2021
Key findings about the religious composition of India
Religious pluralism has long been a core value in India. A new report shows that India’s religious composition has been fairly stable since 1951.
SHORT READ | SEP 17, 2021
Many people globally see United Nations in a positive light, including its handling of climate change
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