Why Americans Often Mistrust Vaccines

Why Americans Often Mistrust Vaccines

Half (51%) of U.S. adults say they are likely to get a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, according to a recent Pew Research Center poll. This is a more than 20-point drop from the same survey done in May, when 72% of Americans said they definitely or...
US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

Teens in the U.S. tend to self-identify with the same faith tradition and practice many of the same faith expressions as their parents, according to a Pew Research Center report published Sept. 10. For example, 86% of teens of religiously unaffiliated parents...
More Than Half Oppose Universal Basic Income

More Than Half Oppose Universal Basic Income

A majority of U.S. adults oppose universal basic income (UBI), according to a mid-August Pew Research Center report. When asked if they would favor or oppose a $1,000 per month government payment to all citizens, 54% of respondents opposed this (36% strongly and 18%...
Morality Without God? World Has Mixed Response

Morality Without God? World Has Mixed Response

Is it necessary to believe in a higher power in order to be a moral person and have good values? Wide-ranging responses to this question are visible between, and even within, nations, according to a Pew Research Center report published July 20. The report reveals...