We won’t know for almost a month if the Green Bay Packers’ 15-1 season ends with a second straight Super Bowl win, but the team’s continued success has certainly helped it snag the title of America’s most popular football team.
Earlier this week, the Pentagon declared the end of the Iraq War, an almost nine-year conflict which claimed 4,487 American lives and removed Saddam Hussein from power. Now, Americans are are conflicted over whether the entire endeavor was worth it.
While the smell of pine is every bit as much of a part of Christmas as candy canes and your drunk Uncle Marvin, the majority of Americans will be opting for a tree of the fake plastic variety this year.
These days, the Christmas season kicks into full swing right after Thanksgiving ends, but it looks like the majority of Americans aren’t particularly thrilled with spending an entire month celebrating the holiday.
Buckle your seat belts, folks. According to Harris Poll chairman Humphrey Taylor regarding a new survey, “The number of drivers who engage in potentially dangerous, in some cases extremely dangerous, behaviors while driving is terrifyingly high.”
Over the past decade or so, there has been some debate as to whether the government, public schools and retailers should use the word “Christmas,” or if they should use something more inclusive, like “the holidays.”
With adulterous accusations involving Herman Cain and an Atlanta business woman flying around, a Pew Research Center poll shows the public may have difficulty voting for him. Even though his once-promising presidential campaign has been thrown into disarray after Ginger White claimed she had a 13-ye…
According to a survey from the Pew Research Center of 2003 American adults, the idea of American exceptionalism is alive and well among the 48 percent of the country who say the US stands alone as the best country in the world.
71 percent of American workers are either “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” in their work. According to Gallup’s employee engagement index, which is based on workers’ responses to 12 workplace elements, 19 pe…
Gun ownership is at an 18-year high, according to a new Gallup poll. Forty-seven percent of Americans report having a gun in their home or elsewhere on their property, up from 41 percent last year and the most since 1993 when 54 percent reported gun ownership.