Twenty-one percent of Americans are self-identified women who care for children under 18.
Findings from the 2021 PRRI-IFYC Religious Diversity and Vaccine Survey.
Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen by as much as 150% since the start of the pandemic.
Americans favor allowing undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children to gain legal resident status.
Women in America are deeply divided along the lines of party, education, and race and ethnicity.
Findings from the 2020 PRRI American Values Atlas
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How Americans Have Experienced the Pandemic
The impact of the pandemic has gone beyond religious beliefs and economics.
Americans are divided over whether the coronavirus was created intentionally in a lab (50%) or it developed naturally (49%).
The contingent of religiously unaffiliated Black Americans is growing.
Black evangelicals and white evangelicals have considerable differences.
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