Oana Dumitru is a contributor on the U.S. News Team and was previously a summer intern. She is a Ph.D. candidate in social psychology at New York University.
What do Americans say about art styles and their own artistic abilities?
Younger adults are particularly confident in their own artistic ability and more likely to know and like many different styles of art.25 Apr 2023
Morality and religion: How closely do Americans think they are related?
Even though religion is important to many Americans, most of them do not think that religion is a requirement for morality.19 Apr 2023
Do Americans consider AI in courtrooms, hiring, and the military to be moral?
By 54% to 22%, Americans say they don’t think AI could learn to be moral.19 Apr 2023
Which well-known works do Americans think are art — and which do they think they could replicate?
Almost one-quarter of Americans say they could probably or definitely replicate "Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat" by Vincent Van Gogh.13 Apr 2023
How do Americans view the morality of personal and societal health decisions?
Americans are divided on whether people who smoke should have to pay more for health insurance than people who do not.13 Apr 2023
What do Americans think about works of art that depict nudity?
Three-quarters (75%) of Americans say they do not find the depiction of nudity in paintings and sculptures by classical artists to be problematic.07 Apr 2023
Do Americans think being moral is the same thing as following the law?
Laws regulate behavior in society, but do Americans believe that their laws and moral values are aligned?15 Mar 2023
Which actions — and people — do Americans consider immoral?
More Americans think it's immoral to betray a partner than to shortchange the government.10 Feb 2023
How do Americans think about morality in the U.S. today?
Among the Americans who consider themselves moral are 71% of Americans who have cheated on a partner who never found out.17 Dec 2022
How big of a problem do Americans think hazing is in college fraternities and sororities?
One in four Americans (25%) say they have attended a party hosted by a college fraternity, including 23% of Americans who say they were not part of Greek life in college.07 Dec 2022