New findings from YouGov’s Workforce Insights study reinforces the continuing importance that workplace flexibility holds for workers, even as more employers encourage or require working from the employer's location.
Americans are mixed in their opinions about the impact of the Chauvin verdict on police accountability.
More than one-third of Americans (37%) who say that being a woman hurts a person’s ability to get ahead.
More than half of women believe that society would be better than today if more women held elected office (56%), had a corporate leadership position (57%), or sat on a corporate board (55%).
YouGov’s Social Change Monitor shows that Americans’ positive associations with this slogan peaked in the early part of the summer (a net score of +17 in June), when protests were most active.
While only 49% of Americans say that activism for social change is uniting their local communities, 70% of Black women report this to be true.