Blacks See Growing Values Gap Between Poor and Middle Class
African Americans see a widening gulf between the values of middle class and poor blacks, and nearly four-in-ten say that because of the diversity within their community, blacks can no longer be thought of as a single race.
Survey Details: Conducted February-March 2007 File Release Date: 13 November 2007
Personal Finance/Social Trust
Survey Details: Conducted October-November 2006 File Release Date: 13 November 2007
Survey Details: Conducted June-July 2006 File Release Date: 13 November 2007
Survey Details: Conducted February-March 2006 File Release Date: 13 November 2007
Survey Details: Conducted October-November 2005 File Release Date: 13 November 2007
“Sharing household chores” now ranks third in importance on a list of nine items often associated with successful marriages – well ahead of such staples as adequate income, good housing, common interests and shared religious beliefs.
Fewer Mothers Prefer Full-time Work
In the span of the past decade, full-time work outside the home has lost some of its appeal to mothers. This trend holds for both those who have such jobs and those who don’t.
As Marriage and Parenthood Drift Apart, Public Is Concerned about Social Impact
Americans believe that births to unwed women are a big problem for society, and they take a mixed view at best of cohabitation without marriage.
Who Flies the Flag? Not Always Who You Might Think
For many Americans, demonstrating patriotism means showing the flag. Overall, 62% say they display the flag at home, in the office, or on their car.