Half of those who reject vaccines (52%) also say it is safe for them today to socialize (compared to just 30% of all Americans).
Wives are noticeably less likely than husbands to say they would prefer to share the same bed with their partner (71% vs 82%).
Taylor Swift's upcoming re-release, Fearless, lands in third place with a score of 4.03 out of 5.
Democrats overwhelmingly approve of the move (81% vs 10%); Republicans, also overwhelmingly, do not (13% vs 78%).
Most Americans (54%) disagree with the idea of marijuana being a "gateway drug."
Most Americans (57%) believe Derek Chauvin should be found guilty of murder – more than three times as many as say he should not (18%).
Two in five (40%) think it’s very likely that COVID-19 vaccines will be widely available to the US public by April 19.
Asked whether they would consider travelling to New York City for entertainment and leisure purposes, 40% of adult Americans indicated they would have apprehensions, with 22% of respondents saying they would “definitely not go.”
Although public health experts say the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over, Americans are generally feeling happy and hopeful about the idea that the pandemic may soon come to an end.
Three-quarters (76%) of Americans believe that individuals with a history of mental illness should be prevented from owning guns.
In a recent YouGov poll of more than 7,000 Americans who are in a sexually active relationship, 29% say they wish they were having more sex with their partner.
Two in five Americans who say religion is “very important” to them (40%) believe it is safe to attend in-person religious services now, compared to 28% of those who call religion “somewhat important.”
More Americans disapprove (48%) than approve (35%) of President Biden's handling of immigration.
In March, the percentage of consumers in the US who had seen an ad for the brand shot up five points from 18% on March 1 to 23% on March 30.
Support is significantly higher with the $1.9 trillion price tag attached (58%) than with it omitted (51%), with the difference coming entirely from those who are not sure.
Half of Americans (54%) would go back to a “talking” filibuster, requiring that filibusters take place as they used to – with Senators holding the floor and speaking for as long as they can. This measure is supported by most Republicans (57%) and Democrats (54%).
A majority of Republicans (57%) say it should be much harder (29%) or slightly harder (28%) for people to vote in America.
As mobile data use continues to rise, continuously collected YouGov data shows how many consumers regularly go over their data limit.
A YouGov survey conducted in the United States shows just how many Americans are discovering new music through video games, as well as through other channels.
The most common view among Americans is that life has gotten worse (43%) during the pandemic.