Americans are mixed about how much the environment affects their consumer behavior. A solid majority have bought products that might help the environment, but fewer have contacted businesses or bought stocks for environmental reasons.
In the years bracketing World War II, many Americans were willing to curb free speech for groups perceived to be undermining the U.S. government.
Gallup tracked the evolution of Americans' acceptance of unconventional clothing choices by women, starting with slacks.
Public opinion changed in significant ways over the course of Barack Obama's presidency on issues such as the economy, trust in government and race relations.
Americans in 1942 were nearly unanimous in saying they would allow a son of theirs, even one as young as 14, to have a paper route.
Eight years after his 1942 recording of "White Christmas" became a national sensation, one in three Americans named Bing Crosby their favorite male singer.
Find out where Americans stand on four key issues that were on the ballot in several states: marijuana legalization, the death penalty, gun control and increasing the minimum wage.