Less than a week before Super Bowl XLVII, Americans are less likely to believe that God plays a role in the outcome of sporting events than they are to believe God rewards religious athletes.
What You Need to Know: Public Opinion on Economic Inequality I. Economic Policy Issues There is broad public support for addressing economic inequality through policies aimed at both the top and bottom of the economic spectrum: increasing the minimum wage to $10 an hour, and increasing the tax rate on Americans earning more than $250,000 a year. The Minimum Wage: Overall, nearly three-quarters (73 percent) of Americans favor increasing the… more
Survey | After Newtown, Increasing Number of Americans Say Better Mental Health Screenings Most Important Way to Prevent Future Mass Shootings[01.23.2013]
A new survey finds that Americans are more likely to favor mental health-based solutions to mass shootings, as well as stricter gun control laws, than they were last summer.