Half the country regards anti-Semitism as a serious national problem.
From the World's Most Admired people to the most popular kind of wine, here are the top things we learned this year from YouGov polls and surveys.
Most (75%) Americans say that they typically donate some amount of money to charity every year.
A majority of Americans (58%) consider themselves “very religious” or “somewhat religious.” Two-thirds of the Silent Generation (66%) consider themselves religious, compared to half of Millennials (49%).
Over half (54%) of Republicans say that they believe in demons, while far fewer (37%) Democrats say the same.
Almost nine in ten (88%) Catholics want the famous landmark rebuilt.
YouGov Profiles takes a look at the difference between the two groups
38% of Americans would choose to make Election Day a federal holiday
One in three Catholics reports an unfavorable view of the church
More than one-third say they'd like to be cremated after they die