In 1954, most Americans thought that if J. Edgar Hoover were to say that the FBI had most of the American communists under its eye, they would feel pretty sure it was true.
In 1975, Americans' image of the FBI was much less positive than 10 years earlier, following revelations about FBI surveillance practices.
To a remarkable degree, Americans -- now and in the past -- think about "emails" when asked what they have heard or read about Hillary Clinton.
In 1939, shortly after the FBI prosecuted four German spies working in the U.S. -- in what it calls its "first major international spy case" -- 79% of Americans backed a proposal to fingerprint and register all noncitizens living in the U.S.
President-elect Donald Trump faces the challenges of figuring out the proper role of government, making government work more efficiently and dealing with the people's overwhelming disrespect for Congress and its members.
Gallup's Editor-in-Chief reports on eight things we learned from the American people during the presidential campaign of 2016.
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