A research team asked more than 3,000 American adults for their input on the country's current state of gender equality.
Both China and Germany have surged in global influence in recent times particularly the result of pandemic-related responses and stronger transatlantic cooperation, according to a new report.
Researchers aimed to fully understand the association between the scientific impact of a paper and the depth of coverage in mass media.
The majority of respondents in a survey shared dislike toward both the Republican and Democratic presumptive nominee this general election cycle.
For the study, an estimated 1,000 students were given surveys by their instructors to gather more information on how peers perceive one another.
Americans believe that news outlets misunderstand their viewpoints of racial demonstrations, but for different reasons varying by ethnic groups.
Many regions of the world have shown a steady increase in acceptance toward people with irregular sexual orientation, a recent survey shows.
The nonpartisan think tank Pew Research Center determined that many Americans advocate the path for legal status among immigrants who migrated into the U.S. illegally as children.