Blacks See Growing Values Gap Between Poor and Middle Class
Optimism about Black Progress Declines
“I Like Hugs. I Like Kisses. But What I Really Love is Help with the Dishes.”
Fewer Mothers Prefer Full-time Work
From 1997 to 2007
As Marriage and Parenthood Drift Apart, Public Is Concerned about Social Impact
Generation Gap in Values, Behaviors
Who Flies the Flag? Not Always Who You Might Think
A Closer Look at Patriotism
Being Dad May Be Tougher These Days, but Working Moms are among Their Biggest Fans
A broad consensus holds that it is harder to be a father now than it was 20 or 30 years ago. But seven-in-ten adults say it’s harder to be a mom today than it was in the past, and only 11% see it as easier.
Four-in-Ten Americans Have Close Friends or Relatives Who are Gay
Survey finds Familiarity Is Closely Linked to Greater Tolerance
Muslim Americans: Middle Class and Mostly Mainstream
The first-ever, nationwide, random sample survey of Muslim Americans finds them to be largely assimilated, happy with their lives, and moderate with respect to many of the issues that have divided Muslims and Westerners around the world.
Motherhood Today: Tougher Challenges, Less Success
Mom's Biggest Critics are Middle-Aged Women
Americans and Social Trust: Who, Where and Why
Social trust is a belief in the honesty, integrity and reliability of others – a “faith in people.” It’s a simple enough concept to describe. But it’s never been easy to figure out who trusts, or why.