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Nearly two years after the Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, Americans remain broadly opposed

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Americans still broadly oppose overturning Roe; they’re less united on what abortion laws should look like

Donald Trump continues to hold an advantage over President Joe Biden as the campaign – and the

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Trump maintains lead over Biden in 2024 matchup as views on their presidencies diverge

As the first criminal prosecution of a former American president began just 13% nationwide feel Donald Trump

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CNN Poll: Few think Trump is being treated the same as other defendants

Despite working a full-time job in human relations and caring for her 6-year-old son Chase and 3-year-old

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Parents are feeling lonely. Here’s why it matters

A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds Republican former President Donald Trump supported by

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Marquette Law School Poll finds very close presidential, U.S. Senate races in Wisconsin

On March 18, 2020, in response to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, the Families

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KFF Survey of Medicaid Unwinding

Eight percent of women overall, rising to one in seven (14%) women of reproductive age (ages 18

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Women’s Views of Abortion Access and Policies in the Dobbs Era: Insights From the KFF Health Tracking Poll

A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds that 47% of adults approve of the job

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New Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds upturn in approval of U.S. Supreme Court

Voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania – two states that flipped from red to blue in the 2020

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Majority of voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania are dissatisfied with their presidential choices

More than 6 in 10 Americans who watched President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address had a positive

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More than 6 in 10 SOTU viewers had a positive reaction to Biden’s speech

A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds that 40% of adults approve of the job

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New Marquette Law School national survey finds approval of U.S. Supreme Court at 40%, public split on removal of Trump from ballot

For the past five years, AJC’s State of Antisemitism in America Report – the most comprehensive study

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5 Key Takeaways from AJC’s State of Antisemitism in America 2023 Report

A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds the presumptive presidential race tied, with President

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Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds Biden and Trump tied among registered voters, Trump up 1% among likely voters

The public’s long-held pessimism about the economy shows signs of easing since last year, a new CNN

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CNN Poll: Public views of the economy are on the rise, but remain dim

With presidential primaries underway and a 2020 general election rematch seemingly the most likely outcome, a new

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CNN Poll: Trump narrowly leads Biden in general election rematch

Survey Conducted by SSRS As International Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches on January 27, American Jewish Committee (AJC)

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Majority of Americans Say Public Schools Should Invest in Holocaust Education

American Jewish Committee (AJC) today released new data showing how Hamas’ October 7 terror attack on Israel

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Majority of American Jews Feel Less Safe After October 7 Hamas Terror Attack

Former President Donald Trump has the upper hand over President Joe Biden in two critical battleground states

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Trump leads Biden in Michigan and Georgia as broad majorities hold negative views of the current president

Nearly two-thirds of US adults say they are worried about the threat of climate change in their

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Large majority of US adults and half of Republicans agree with Biden’s goal to slash climate pollution

KFF Health News and The New York Times published the first phase of an investigation into America’s

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Dying Broke: A New Jointly Reported Series on America’s Long-Term Care Crisis from KFF Health News and The New York Times

Reflecting ongoing residential segregation patterns rooted in contemporary and historic policies, Hispanic, Black, Asian, and AIAN adults

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Survey on Racism, Discrimination and Health: Experiences and Impacts Across Racial and Ethnic Groups

Americans’ views of President Joe Biden’s job performance have ebbed since the start of the year, a

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Biden’s job approval has dropped since start of the year as economic concerns remain prevalent

A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds that 41% of adults approve of the job

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New Marquette Law School national survey finds U.S. Supreme Court job approval by public continues in low 40s

A new Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin registered voters finds Democratic President Joe Biden is

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Marquette Law School Poll survey of Wisconsin finds Biden leads Trump by 2 points, trails DeSantis and Haley

One year out from Election Day 2024, former President Donald Trump narrowly leads President Joe Biden, 49%

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Trump narrowly leads Biden in hypothetical rematch

Former President Donald Trump currently holds majority support in the early primary state of South Carolina, where his strongest

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CNN Poll: Trump dominates South Carolina GOP primary, with Haley a clear but distant second

The American public expresses deep sympathy for the Israeli people and broadly sees the Israeli government’s military response

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CNN Poll: Americans are deeply sympathetic toward Israelis and see their military response to Hamas attacks as justified

The public’s impressions of the Republican Party and its leaders in Congress have worsened amid a leadership crisis in

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CNN Poll: Americans’ views of the Republican Party and its congressional leaders have worsened amid House leadership crisis

A new poll of registered voters in Nevada suggests the state is poised to reprise its role as

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CNN Poll: Biden and Trump are in a dead heat in potential Nevada rematch

A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey finds a close presidential race: former President Donald Trump

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New Marquette Law School national survey finds hypothetical Biden-Trump rematch remains close with candidates splitting registered, likely voter samples

Fear of school shootings, bullying and indoctrination helped fuel a pandemic-era boom in home schooling, according to

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Home schooling today is less religious and more diverse, poll finds

During Medicare’s annual open enrollment period, marketing pitches from private plans are seemingly everywhere. They can be

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The Private Plan Pitch: Seniors’ Experiences with Medicare Marketing and Advertising

President Joe Biden faces continued headwinds from broadly negative job ratings overall, widespread concerns about his age and decreased

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CNN Poll: Biden faces negative job ratings and concerns about his age as he gears up for 2024

New Research from the SSRS Opinion Panel Omnibus. Read More

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Twitter is now X… what do Americans think?

In a new SSRS Opinion Panel Omnibus poll, the public ranks inflation as the most important issue

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The Public’s Views on the Most Important Issues Facing the Country Today

Independent Sector seeks to measure the status of a major pillar of nonprofit sector health: advocacy and

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Nonprofit Advocacy & Civic Engagement Research
New Marquette Law School national survey finds hypothetical Biden-Trump rematch remains close with candidates splitting registered

Most US obstetrician/gynecologists worry that the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision has had significant negative effects on reproductive

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Most ob/gyns are concerned about negative effects the Dobbs ruling has had on care, survey finds

Sweeping restrictions and even outright abortion bans adopted by states in the year since the landmark Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s

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Effects of Dobbs on maternal health care overwhelmingly negative, survey shows

One year ago, the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization overturned Roe v. Wade and opened the

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A National Survey of OBGYNs’ Experiences After Dobbs

The Commonwealth Fund’s 2022 International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care PhysiciansFootnotei focuses on the experiences of

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The Commonwealth Fund Survey 2022

Most Americans continue to say gun control laws should be generally stricter, according to a new CNN poll

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CNN Poll: Most Americans want stricter gun control, but they’re divided on whether guns make public places safer

With abortion playing an important role in voters’ decisions to turn out and who to vote for during the

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KFF Health Tracking Poll May 2023: Health Care in the 2024 Election and in the Courts

Amidst a competitive election season in which the city will elect a new mayor and the entire

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New public opinion poll sheds light on the issues and solutions that matter most to Philadelphians 

Republicans hold a dour outlook on the country and prioritize finding a 2024 nominee who shares their

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CNN Poll: Most Republicans care more about picking a 2024 GOP nominee who agrees with them on issues than one who can beat Biden
Higher trust in public health agencies during COVID-19 driven more by beliefs that agencies led with clear, science-based recommendations and provided protective resources, than by beliefs that agencies controlled outbreak

American Jewish Committee’s annual State of Antisemitism in America report assesses and compares Jewish and general population

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The State of Antisemitism in America 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has adversely affected Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and PacificIslanders (AA and NHPIs) in many

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The Post-Pandemic Agenda for Community Well-being among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in California

A 72% majority of Americans who watched President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address had a

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President Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address
New Marquette Law School national survey finds hypothetical Biden-Trump rematch remains close with candidates splitting registered, likely voter samples

Overall adult vaccination rates have been relatively steady over the past year. The latest COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor

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KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor: September 2022

Many Americans know of the potential risks to themselves and their families from infection with Covid-19, but

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Despite Awareness of Covid-19 Risks, Many Americans Say They’re Back to ‘Normal’

As Covid-19 cases surge across the United States dominated by a highly transmissible subvariant and worry about

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Survey: 1 in 5 Americans Fear Getting Monkeypox but Many Know Little About It
Personal Experiences U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minorities In Today’s Difficult Times

The focus on low-wage work and its impact on the well-being of workers across the U.S. is

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Financial Health of Workers in Low-wage Jobs

Nearly two-thirds of Americans disapprove of the US Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, according

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CNN Poll: About two-thirds of Americans disapprove of overturning Roe v. Wade, see negative effect for the nation ahead

After the eight public hearings held by the House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack

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CNN Poll: January 6 hearings haven’t changed opinions much, but most agree Trump acted unethically

Closing the financial health gender gap has the potential not only to improve millions of women’s lives,

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The Gender Gap in Financial Health: Stories from Everyday Women

In August, schools began reopening and welcoming parents and children back into theclassroom after over a year

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Nothing is Normal: Schooling During COVID-19

A recent Centivo survey of employees with employer-sponsored health insurance asked respondents if they had incurred significant

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One in four workers experiencing significant medical expenses report major mental health impacts

The annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears provides an in-depth examination into the concerns of average

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Government Corruption, Fear for Loved Ones, Civil Unrest Top Fears in America

As congressional Democrats negotiate the size and scope of a budget bill that could significantly remake the

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CNN Poll: Most Democrats favor a bigger bill on social safety net and climate