Pew Research

Christians, religiously unaffiliated differ on whether most things in society can be divided into good, evil

"Overall, about half of U.S. adults (48%) say that most things in society can be clearly divided into good and evil, while the other half (50%) say that most things in society are too complicated to be categorized this way." - Pew

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Pew: Americans on offensive speech: people are too sensitive, but people are also too offensive

"About two-thirds of U.S. adults (65%) say that 'people being too easily offended' is a major problem in the country today, while a slimmer majority – 53% – say that 'people saying offensive things to others' is a major problem" - Pew

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U.S. public divided over whether people convicted of crimes spend too much or too little time in prison

"Overall, 28% of U.S. adults say people convicted of crimes spend too much time in prison, while 32% say they spend too little time and 37% say they spend about the right amount of time" - Pew

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Pew: Growing share of childless adults in U.S. don’t expect to ever have children

"Birth rates in the United States dropped during the COVID-19 pandemic amid the twin public health and economic crises, lending evidence to predictions from early on in the outbreak that economic uncertainty might trigger a baby bust." - Pew

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Pew: Americans see stronger societal conflicts than people in other advanced economies

"The United States stands out among 17 advanced economies as one of the most conflicted when it comes to questions of social unity. A large majority of Americans say there are strong political and strong racial and ethnic conflicts in the U.S. and that most people disagree on basic facts." - Pew

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