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On a daily basis, newspapers and TV shows and online news reports are filled with mentions of crime. Whether it's in your city, your neighborhood, or even on your street, we are bombarded with this information.
In our survey, women were...
It feels like terrorism is becoming more and more prevalent. When asked about their top issues, about 58% of US adults point to terrorism as being one of their most important issues. Women are more likely than men to say it is an important issue for them. When it comes to age groups, the older you are, the more important this issue becomes. Only 43% of people aged 18 to 24 say it’s important compared to 69% of people aged 65 plus.
As some readers may recall, I’m a big fan of standards and guidelines. For end-users new to a methodology, these types of documents help you understand what to look for and what to ask about when seeking out a supplier.
Although 48% of US adults say that education is important to them, 55% of women feel that way compared to 42% of men. The difference is even more stark when you consider that 62% of young people feel education is an important issue compared to less than 47% of people aged 55 and older.
Whether you believe that everyone ought to have a gun or no one ought to have a gun, 46% of US adults feel that guns are an important social issue right now. This number has decreased very slightly compared to several months ago when 50% selected it as an important issue.