One in three parents globally report knowing a child in their community that is the victim of cyberbullying; majorities in every country feel existing anti-bullying measures are insufficient when it comes to handling cyberbullying.
Only five percent of Americans think the summit was more beneficial to the U.S. than to Russia
Americans are split on whether Russia is an enemy or a competitor of the United States.
Ipsos poll finds majority agree that Russia interfered in 2016 presidential election
Analysis of U.S. internet activity between 2016 and 2018 reveals that 64 per cent of U.S. social media mentions relevant to the U.K. were concerned with culture, compared with 18 per cent for politics.
A strong majority across the aisle believe legislation is necessary
Overwhelmingly Negative Response, Across the Political Spectrum, to Trump’s Statements after Summit with Putin
NPR/Ipsos poll: Majority of Americans oppose separating families at the border; Path to citizenship for DREAMers has broad support