More than one-third of Americans (37%) who say that being a woman hurts a person’s ability to get ahead.
A new poll of more than 21,000 US adults finds that two-thirds (68%) of Americans say they think companies should offer both mothers and fathers paid parental leave.
Nearly nine in 10 Americans (86%) say improving the economy is something that is within the president’s power to achieve – with half (51%) believing a president can do “a lot” about it.
Many Americans remain concerned that the minimum wage increase would ultimately hurt them and their families, with partisanship driving much of that fear.
Almost two-thirds of Republicans favor the $1,400 direct payment and the allocation for the national vaccine program.
Male workers are more likely than female workers (50% vs 38%) to say that they believe men and women are generally paid equally at their place of employment.
2020 has been a year which had upturned consumer behavior and challenged the brands seeking to meet their new needs. As we round the 365th day of the pandemic, here are some examples of how COVID-19 has affected some of America’s major consumer sectors.
Nearly three-quarters of those who own stock (73%) say its performance matters to their finances.
Three in five (63%) believe there are more unemployed people than the government numbers show.
The lowest support level is for the proposal to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, but even this is backed by 57%.
Most Democrats (57%) believe the risks of reopening schools are greater than the consequences of keeping schools closed. Republicans believe the opposite.
Most Americans living in the Midwest (58%) and Northeast (57%) choose to shovel their own way out.
Miners come bottom of the list
A majority of adults (58%) believe that Wall Street investors get more privileged access to the investment market than individual investors. Just one in eight Americans (12%) believe access is fair and equal.
Currently, Republicans are more than twice as likely as Democrats to say the national economy is getting worse. But before the election of Joe Biden, Republicans were exuberant about the state of the economy, while Democrats were exceptionally negative.
Three-quarters of Americans who describe their social class as “rich” or “upper middle class” (75%) currently have money invested in the stock market. Most Americans who identify as working class (70%) or poor (89%) do not have any money invested on Wall Street.
About one in five American workers began telecommuting since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and new YouGov data shows which services workers are using to stay in touch with colleagues.
Among all those who ever use the video feature while on conference calls, 25% say they spend more time looking at themselves.
Close to nine in 10 people who are working from home say they would be interested in continuing to do so after the pandemic.
2020 has been a year of both challenges and opportunities for many of Mexico’s major brands and effective advertising remains key to the survival for many. But who, according to the YouGov data, has experienced the highest increase in advertising awareness over the past year?