Gallup has released the results of a new survey that shows a majority of American workers aren't satisfied with their jobs.
The poll found that overall, 46 percent of U.S. adults are "very" or "somewhat" worried about becoming a victim of terrorism and 45 percent are similarly concerned about a mass shooting.
President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama have the exact same overall approval rating, 42 percent, at the two-and-a-half-year mark of their respective time in office.
A new poll shows that a majority of Americans believe at least one in four people are gay or lesbian.
It is a threefold increase from five years ago.
The number of Americans who view the countries favorably declined by 12 percent.
"The public is solidly against the expansion of the border walls and remains sympathetic toward immigrants in the country illegally," said polling expert Jim Norman.
Half of U.S. high school students and teachers said they have little or no trust in the news media to report events accurately and without bias, a series of nationwide surveys found.
Rasmussen has consistently been more favorable to Trump than other polls.
Trump's approval rating just hit its lowest level yet. Could he make a comeback?
America's view of Trump has changed very little since the U.S. presidential campaign.
Only 34 percent of U.S. adults said Trump has the personality and leadership qualities a president should, far lower than responses about Obama and Bush.
A majority of working-class Republicans care a lot about the failure of some corporations to pay enough taxes.
Rasmussen's Monday poll results are more encouraging for the president than other recent surveys.
Poorly worded poll questions set up a plague-on-both-your-houses narrative.
The two mainstream parties are selling two flavors of authoritarianism at a time when billions are discovering a better way to live in peace and freedom.
A Gallup poll found that 67 percent of Americans believed more attacks were "very likely" or "somewhat likely."