Worries About Health-Care Costs Cut Across Party Lines
But Republicans are far more likely to think that the United States' quality of care is among the best in the world.
The Government Shutdown Has (Temporarily) Ended. What Does That Mean for Both Sides?
Trump's agreement to re-open the government comes without any guaranteed funding for a border wall, representing a capitulation to Democrats' demands.
Viewfinder: Local Elections Spark Protests in Guinea
Riot police get ready to disperse people demonstrating to denounce the results of the local elections, on February 6th, 2018, in Conakry, Guinea.
Americans' Slightly Shifting Attitudes About Rape Victims
The proportion of young American adults who hold untrue and harmful beliefs about rape victims has declined since the 1970s, but not by as much as you might think.
Americans Want to Fire Their Congressmen. Here’s Why They Won’t
We may not approve of the jobs they're doing, but we're also unlikely to take a risk by replacing our elected representatives—especially when economic times are tough.
Polling of Opinion on Immigration Suggests a Lot of People Lie
UC Berkeley sociologist Alexander Janus says social desirability pressures cause some liberals to lie about their true opinion on immigration — even when asked in an anonymous poll.
Obama's Decay Curve Steeper Than Most But Not Unusual
The study of decaying presidential popularity finds Barack Obama's large point decline in his first year fits into the pattern of all recent chief executives.