Most people who supported the idea of the United States being a “Christian nation” themselves identified as Christian and Republican.
The Russia-Ukraine War has caused support for Russia and Vladimir Putin to drop among Europe's right-wing populist parties, especially in Italy.
The survey found that US immigration views have remained largely the same since 2019, despite record high numbers of illegal border crossings this year.
The survey was conducted within the first two weeks of August and included over 7,600 American adults in the process.
A median of 75% across all 19 nationalities that participated in the poll views the climate crisis as a major threat.
An August Pew Research Center poll found that 56% of US voters now say access to abortion is "very important," an increase that has come virtually all from Democrats.
A Pew Research Center survey found that people's views of their government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic are heavily influenced by partisanship.
American respondents detail their disapproval of the political party that opposes their own, as well as general disillusionment with the two-party system.
In a separate poll, the Israel Democracy Institute found that most Israelis (54%) do not trust Biden to take Israel’s interests into account.
Of the US adults polled, 78% think the new gun law will do little to nothing at all to reduce gun violence – and 63% want Congress to pass another round of legislation.