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.
The latest Economist/YouGov Poll finds the American people willing to let California set stricter fuel emissions standards (even though they would prefer one national standard in principle). They also (more narrowly) oppose the Administration’s denial of a waiver to allow California to do just that.
When asked which countries are to blame for climate change, the finger is pointed primarily at the United States and China.
The way people shop for and think about food has a lot to do with their personal philosophies about health, the environment and where that food comes from.
Republicans are 11 points more likely to say they have felt the effects of climate change personally than they were a year ago.
The generational differences continue among a range of questions about space, including about whether governments can lay claim to resources and celestial bodies.
Marketers will surely be trying to evoke nostalgia and space interest with campaigns timed for the 50 year anniversary of the Moon Landing. We’ve got some tips on where to target advertising to catch the attention of Space enthusiasts.
Close to three in 10 (28%) Americans say it’s “very likely” the government knows something about UFOs that is not being shared with the public
As America faces dire reports from climate scientists about the negative impacts of global warming, US cities on the West Coast are strongly describing their own citizens as “environmentally conscious.”
As the Grand Canyon National Park celebrates 100 years as a US National Park, a new YouGov Omnibus poll reveals that a strong majority (56%) of Americans believe that there should be even more protected national land in the US.