Race, gender, age and other demographic factors can largely predict whether or not voters approve or disapprove of President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll shows.
A new poll shows that a clear majority of voters of every age group disapprove of President Donald Trump's job performance, except for one group that has continued to view the president favorably.
For the first time in the 21st Century, the Baby Boomers are no longer the largest generation in America.
Computer simulations suggest Neanderthals were already on the brink of extinction and had been for hundreds of thousands of years when demographic fluctuations and inbreeding pushed them over the edge.
A Pew Research Center report released on Thursday said that while fewer Americans identified as Protestants or Catholics, the number who identify with no religious affiliation is on the uptake.
Aside from Puerto Rico, California has the lowest rates of English use—56 percent of people speak the language at home.
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Kanji Kato said he always encourages women to marry and have at least three children for the good of the state.
The president has said he's "the least racist person," but a Quinnipiac University poll suggests many voters have doubts.
Today, Oxford Dictionaries launched an initiative to discover the least popular words in the English language
Polling veteran Peter Kellner cautions against making an absolute referendum prediction.
Key new data on Asian-Americans, from Indians and Japanese to Cambodians and Koreans.
An ageing population and the lowest birthrate in Europe are leading to a shortage of skilled workers