Online — Twenty percent of American adults don’t use the Internet. Almost half of adults don’t use the internet because they don’t think the it is relevant to them — often saying they don’t want to use the internet and don’t need to use it to get the information they want or conduct the communication they want.
Taxes — Six in 10 Americans favor Congress’ passing the so-called “Buffett Rule,” which would mandate a minimum 30% tax rate for Americans with a household income of $1 million or more per year.
Women — A summary of what people think of women, work and motherhood.
— John Robinson