Gender, Generation and Abortion: Shifting Politics and Perspectives After Roe
Findings from the August 2021 American Perspectives Survey
Three months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the issue of abortion continues to garner widespread public attention. The latest American Perspectives Survey explores pre-election sentiment on abortion and other key election issues.
Our Media Bubbles Reflect a Larger Problem of Political Segregation
The Urban-Rural Divide Over the Coronavirus Outbreak
Millennials and Baby Boomers Are Not at Odds Over Coronavirus
Hating Donald Trump Won’t be Enough For Democrats to Win
Younger Christians Care Less About Their Partner’s Religious Beliefs
Dating Across the Aisle is Difficult in the Age of Trump
The unsubstantiated claim of voter fraud is widely held among Republicans with nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of Republicans say the statement “there was widespread fraud in the 2020 election” is mostly or completely accurate, a view shared by only 22 percent of independents and 2 percent of Democrats.
Americans expressed greater agreement about the existence of fraud in the 2016 presidential election. Eighteen percent of Democrats, 20 percent of independents, and 27 percent of Republicans believe there was evidence of election fraud in 2016.
Dating in the Trump era: How politics is changing romance | IN 60 SECONDS
Partisan politics of the Trump era have become a part of daily life, often serving as a point of contention in basic social interactions — and new survey results show that it’s affecting our dating lives as well. AEI’s Jacqueline Clemence explains.