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Gallup Vault: Issue of Gays in Military Split Americans in 1993
In 1993, Americans had a mixed response to easing restrictions on gays serving in the military, and both sides felt strongly about their view.
Satisfaction With Acceptance of Gays in U.S. at New High
A new high of 60% of Americans say they are satisfied with the acceptance of gays and lesbians in the U.S. -- up from 53% in 2014 and 2015. Majorities of Republicans, Democrats and independents are satisfied.
US Satisfaction: Quality of Life First, Race Relations Last
Of 28 aspects of U.S. society, Americans are most satisfied with the quality of life and least satisfied with race relations and anti-poverty efforts.
Americans See Russia Less Negatively, as Less of a Threat
Americans view Russia slightly more favorably now than they did in 2015, yet these favorability ratings are still half as high as they were a decade ago. U.S. adults also are less likely to see Russia as a critical threat to the U.S.
Majority in U.S. Now Dissatisfied With Security From Terrorism
Americans' satisfaction with the nation's security from terrorism fell significantly for the second year in a row. It is now at 43%, versus 59% last year and 69% in 2014. Satisfaction with U.S. military strength also dropped.
U.S. Mood on Economy Up, Race Relations Sharply Down
Americans' satisfaction with the nation's economy is up since last January, while they are less content with the nation's security from terrorism and with race relations.
Americans' Satisfaction With Economy Sours Most Since 2001
More Americans today are satisfied with where the nation stands on acceptance of gays and lesbians, federal taxes, and healthcare availability than were satisfied in 2001. But Americans' satisfaction with the economy has declined.
Americans Assess Progress Under Obama
Americans say the U.S. gained ground over the past eight years on four out of 19 policy issues, while it lost ground on 14 and held steady on one.
Majority in U.S. Now Say Gays and Lesbians Born, Not Made
For the first time, a majority of Americans say same-sex orientation is something people are born with, rather than something primarily determined by upbringing or environment. A new high of 63% say same-sex relations are morally OK.
Stronger Military, Economy May Lure Japanese Voters to Abe
Throughout Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's most recent tenure as prime minister, at least eight in 10 Japanese have expressed confidence in their military.