Many Americans don’t seem to like any economic systems, and they’re no closer to agreement.
Democrats and Republicans share dismay over how educators handled the pandemic and support alternatives.
New poll shows majority of Americans oppose student loan forgiveness once they become aware of the obvious tradeoffs involved, like higher inflation and rising tuition prices.
Plus: college majors shifting, Klobuchar's media bill, and more...
People not only conceal their true beliefs, but often mouth opinions they don’t hold.
School choice would help families escape classroom battles by leaving the battleground.
Incompetent People Are Often Too Incompetent To Realize Just How Incompetent They Are, Says New Study
The less people know about a scientific issue, the more confident they are that they are right.
The governor, like Republican politicians in other red states where support for legalization is surprisingly strong, does not seem to think it is risky to defy public opinion.
Tax collectors and federal cops have always been rotten to the core.
The Defeat of a Kansas Ballot Initiative Shows That Red-State Voters Don't Necessarily Favor Abortion Bans
The amendment lost by a surprisingly wide margin in a state where Republicans far outnumber Democrats.
With 28 percent of Americans trying hallucinogens, the days are numbered for bans.
The Dubious and Doomed 'Assault Weapon' Ban That the House Approved Today May Cost Democrats This Fall
Recent polling suggests that Americans are starting to recognize that such laws make no sense.
Plus: Hawley's illiberal nationalism, Santa Monica's housing obstructionism, and more...
America’s experiment with strongman politics may turn out to be blessedly brief.
Plus: First-degree murder charges for the Illinois parade shooting suspect, breakthroughs in cloning technology, and more...
Plus: Michigan prisons ban Spanish and Swahili dictionaries, a win against New York's ban on "unauthorized" legal advice, and more...
Americans cannot be neatly divided into two sides, and they do not necessarily understand the implications of Roe v. Wade.
Although recent polls show a majority thinks the abortion precedent should be preserved, some respondents seem confused about what that would mean.
Plus: Research says neuroscience studies are largely unreliable, Elizabeth Warren's new antitrust bill, and more...
According to a new YouGov/Concerned Veterans for America poll, veterans and military families are most opposed to U.S. conflict with Russia.
In a new poll, more than two-thirds of parents say they have favorable views about homeschooling, and those numbers are on the rise.
Maybe it's because pandemic policies are forcing them to continue being anxious.
Plus: EFF fights ban on discussing digital locks, Walmart to launch cryptocurrency, and more...
Shrink the federal waistline for healthier communities.
There are good reasons to think polls grossly exaggerate the number of Americans who support political violence.
Restrictions have little chance of moving beyond political theater, or of winning compliance if passed.
Harris' attempts at evolving her political image away from being a law-and-order prosecutor have been disingenuous and unconvincing.
Plus: Most Americans favor smaller government as the pandemic fades, consumer spending grows despite supply chain issues, and more...
Plus: Google and YouTube will demonetize climate change denial content, Dems disagree over spending priorities, and more...
People doubt the government's role as a protector but send mixed messages about their value of freedom.
Plus: Tipped minimum wage kills jobs, how the U.S. "helped" out women in rural Afghanistan, and more...
Plus: Behind the CDC mask guidance, where new mask mandates are cropping up, and more...
Survey data suggest that 59.2 percent of Americans are "thriving"—the highest percentage recorded in Gallup's 13 years of measurement. Take that, 2020.
Plus: Laws against teaching critical race theory are un-American, ditching tariffs could save lives, and more...
A new survey of students' free speech attitudes has both encouraging and worrying findings.
Plus: Columbus cops charged over treatment of protesters, Biden cancels Trump's TikTok ban, and more...
Polling shows a sharp partisan divide on the issue, but it also suggests that compromise might be possible.
Party leaders don’t want a replacement on the recall ballot.
National surveys obscure large regional variations in public opinion about abortion limits.