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Shocking number of Americans believe we are living in the end times
Those who believe are living in the end times are less likely to say climate change is an extremely or very serious problem than those who don't.
China's military is a serious problem, majority of Americans say: poll
Most Americans weren't as concerned with Xi Jinping as with China's military power in general, the survey said.
Vladimir Putin's Approval Rating Hits 20-Year Low in Global Poll
A median of 90 percent of respondents in 18 nations said they have no confidence in Russian President Vladimir Putin "to do the right thing" in world affairs.
One in 5 Latinos Called 'Offensive Names' in Last Year, Survey Finds
Nearly half of the survey's respondents identified racial discrimination as "a very big problem" in the U.S., researchers said.
Nearly Half of Americans Approve of Diplomatic Boycott of Olympics: Poll
The Biden administration in December announced a diplomatic boycott of Beijing's Winter Games to protest China's alleged human rights abuses.
29 Percent of Americans Do Not Identify With Any Religion: Poll
The diversity in age, location, and race among those unaffiliated with religion is growing across the country.
Just One-Third of U.S. Jews Believe Israel Wants Peace with Palestine: Poll
A new, wide-ranging survey has revealed the opinions of U.S. Jews on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a minority of those surveyed believing Israel and Palestine seek peace amid their heightening conflicts.
80% of Americans Bothered Corporations, Wealthy Don't Pay Tax 'Fair Share'
Only 25 percent of Democrats said they are significantly bothered by the taxes they personally pay, compared to 41 percent of Republicans.
57% of Those Who Won't Get COVID Vaccine Say They Generally Avoid Them
People opposed to getting the vaccine may not identify as anti-vaxxers. In fact, they may have fears or beliefs that can be changed through emotional messaging.
Americans Want Joe Biden to Take on China, but Aren't Sure He Will: Poll
The majority of Americans now see China as an enemy or competitor, with less than 10 percent considering Beijing a partner.
94 Percent of Nonreligious Black Americans Still Believe in God: Survey
Black church leaders say that African-Americans who identify today as atheist, agnostic or nonreligious are inextricably linked to an ancestral belief in a "most high God."
Georgia Adds Nearly Quarter-Million Black, Latino Voters Since 2016
The state's newly registered voters will have their turnout tested again during January 5 runoff elections that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
Study Shows Geographic Shift of U.S. COVID-19 Deaths Through Pandemic
"It really is amazing and heartbreaking to see how dramatically this has changed," Pew Research Associate Brad Jones said.
Majority of Voters Now Feel Hopeful About the State of the US, Poll Says
Only 24 percent of Americans say they feel "proud" of the current state of the country, the new survey found.
Mitch McConnell Elicits 'Very Cold' Feelings in About Half of U.S. Voters
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is set to debate Democratic challenger Amy McGrath Monday evening.
America's Allies See China, Not U.S., As World's Leading Economy: Poll
The 14-nation poll found increasingly overall negative views of China, but also widespread criticism of America's response to the coronavirus crisis.
Nearly Half of Trump, Biden Supporters Have No Close Friends Backing Other
Two-thirds of Black supporters of Joe Biden reported having zero close friends who support Donald Trump.
Poll: Nearly 1 in 3 Churchgoers Say Churches Should Be Closed During COVID
Seventy-nine percent of churchgoers said they believe their churches should have to obey the same restrictions local government orders place on other businesses and services, a new survey said.
Why Black Americans Experience Higher COVID Hospitalization Rate: Study
The Pew data found Americans overall are split on why Black people are hospitalized more frequently.
Poll: Americans Say South Korea, Germany Handled COVID-19 Better Than U.S.
Though 66 percent of Americans positively rated the COVID-19 responses in South Korea and Germany, only 47 percent of Americans said the U.S. had handled the pandemic well.
Millennials Surpass Boomers as Largest U.S. Generation, Ending 20-Year Run
For the first time in the 21st Century, the Baby Boomers are no longer the largest generation in America.
Less Than Half of Young Americans Closely Follow Pandemic News, Poll Shows
By contrast, about two-thirds of adults 65 and older said they were closely following news about the pandemic.
More Americans See China as Major Threat as Coronavirus Outbreak Continues
Two-third of Americans view China unfavorably, the highest level since the Pew Research Center began conducting the poll in 2005.
Poll Shows Young Democratic Voters Don't Think Biden Will Unite Party
Despite their reported uncertainty about former Vice President Joe Biden, more young voters said they still supported him over President Donald Trump, the poll showed.
Trump Says America Is Respected Again—But Polls Say Differently
Surveys show that people around the world have less confidence and far more concern about American leadership under the Trump administration.
Atheists and Agnostics Support Bernie Sanders, Christians Back Biden: Poll
Democratic Party Protestants, Catholics and Jews broadly favor Joe Biden for president, while atheists, agnostics and religious unaffiliated voters support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
Majority of Americans Don't Know How Many Jews Were Killed In the Holocaust
And fewer than half can name how Hitler came to power.
Republicans Who Recognize Inequality Say Corporations Should Help Fix It
These survey respondents could be part of a slightly more progressive coalition of Republicans who also care about climate change, immigration and access to contraception, reports show.
World Views Russia's Putin and China's Xi More Favorably Than Trump: Poll
Sixty-four percent of respondents said they had "no confidence" in Trump to "do the right thing."
Poll: More Republicans Than Democrats Say U.S. 'Stands Above' Other Nations
Republicans were four times more likely than Democrats to agree that the U.S. is the best country in the world, according the results of a poll from the Pew Research Center.