There is consensus in certain areas — such as a preference for hospital births over home births and disposable diapers over cloth ones — but contention in others — like allowing babies to use smart devices and having their ears pierced.
Around one-third of Americans say they have no understanding of the rules of golf (32%), ice hockey (31%), soccer (29%), or boxing (29%).
Half of people who live in cities say they use public transportation at least monthly, compared to 29% of U.S. adults overall.
Democrats and Republicans are similarly likely to be paying "a lot" or "a little" attention to the debt ceiling debate, with 75% of Democrats who are paying attention saying that Congress should increase the federal borrowing limit. One in five Republicans (20%) who are following the topic agree.
Specifically, Republicans in the latest Economist/YouGov poll are particularly in favor of two proposals: increasing border security (90% strongly or somewhat support) and investigating Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden (85%).
This week, 34% of Americans describe Biden as honest and trustworthy — a new low for his presidency. That's an 8-point drop from when this question was last asked in December 2022, prior to the public revelation that classified documents had been found in Biden's possession.
To explore how public opinion has changed over the decades, YouGov uses the Roper iPoll Archive to find historical poll questions that could be re-asked today, as part of a series called Polls from the Past.
Four in five (81%) Americans say the price of eggs has increased in the past few months, and 67% say the costs have risen "a lot."
White Americans are also more likely (71%) to say they were usually allowed to have overnight sleepovers with friends as a child, compared to 48% of Hispanic adults and even fewer Black (41%) or Asian (41%) adults.
The most strongly recommended place to visit is the Pearl Harbor National Memorial / USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii.