Public Policy Polling is releasing their latest set of oddball polls, about political affiliation and food preferences. And …
According to a large-scale survey of secular and religious feelings toward sexual activity, Catholics are no more likely to feel guilty about sex than many other religious people.
In this special edition of NewsFeed’s Wednesday Words column, our resident vocabulary nut rounds up proposed “words of the year.” Vote for the one that really deserves the title.
America’s first colonists were a religious lot. Three-and-a-half centuries later, not much has changed: more than 9 in 10 Americans still say they believe in God, according to a new Gallup poll.
Social media-savvy Canadians defied a longstanding ban Monday by broadcasting results from the federal election before every last ballot had been cast. This is about as dangerous as it gets in the Great White North.
Anyone holding their breath hoping 2011 might start with a bang of surprise can exhale. A new poll has discovered that the French are the most pessimistic people on earth. Mais duh.
Leave it to outspoken, aggressive rhetoric to catch the eyes and ears of everyday citizens.
Gwyneth Paltrow continues to take the music world by storm.
The politician Americans like most isn’t even working in politics anymore.
Nearly half of the lowest earners among us want the rich to stay rich.
For the first time since the president took his seat in the Oval Office, more Americans are dissatisfied with his performance.
Love lost. Again. Bristol Palin is telling People that she and Levi Johnston are through. (And this time, she means it!)