($50,000 to $74,999).
- Make enough to save and buy some extras. 35%
- Make just enough to pay bills and obligations. 46%
- Don't make enough to pay all the bills. 18%
- They strengthen our country because of their hard work and talents. 51%
- They are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing, and health care. 46%
- The U. S. is the most powerful country in the world. 41%
- The U. S. was once the most powerful country but isn't anymore. 54%
- The U. S. was never the most powerful country. 4%
- Changes in the U. S. tax code. 10%
- Wall Street banks and financial companies. 18%
- Capitalism in general. 17%
- Technology and increased productivity. 2%
- It's a natural part of the economic cycle. 3%
- Globalization and jobs going overseas. 17%
- Not enough educational opportunities. 3%
Congress being dysfunctional (80%); massive consumer fraud (80%); cops shooting an unarmed black man (65%).
Cops shooting an unarmed black man (84%); massive consumer fraud (83%); billionaire vowing to spend $500 million on 2016 elections (80%).
Global warming (42 percent versus 36 percent); Caitlyn Jenner's wedding (45 versus 36); gay marriage (27 versus 18).
Cops shooting an unarmed black man (77 percent versus 72 percent); billionaires buying elections (73 versus 66).
Consumer fraud (80 percent versus 79 percent); dysfunction of Congress (74 versus 73); Cosby (65 versus 62); Hispanic population surge (33 versus 30).
- Evangelical Christians 19%
- Muslims 34%
- Atheists 16%
- Blacks 47%
- Women 42%
- Hispanics 37%
- White men 18%
- LGBT individuals 45%
- None of the above 26%
Whereas blacks and Hispanics get the angriest at how others are treated (as seen in their roughly equal mean QAs), and blacks are the least likely to say "none of the above" (meaning they are the most likely to care enough to care), whites report the lowest degree of anger about how others are treated (see the low anger quotient) and have the highest likelihood of saying "none of the above."
- They have historically run the country and still do. 38%
- They are less powerful than they used to be but still have a lot of control. 46%
- They are struggling to keep up, while other groups are moving ahead. 14%
- Support her decision. 24%
- Oppose her decision. 61%
- Not sure. 13%
Taxed Enough Already; Make English America's Official Language; Abortion Is Murder.
We Don't Build Walls. We Tear Them Down; Taxed Enough Already; Don't Tell Me How to Dress. Tell Them Not to Rape.
Patti Wood, MA, Certified Speaking Professional - The Body Language Expert. For more body language insights go to her website at www.PattiWood.net. Check out Patti's website for her new book "SNAP, Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language and Charisma" at www.snapfirstimpressions.com. Also check out Patti's YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/user/bodylanguageexpert.