Most Americans Say Trump Is Willing to Strike North Korea

Americans are becoming increasingly concerned with North Korea’s nuclear capabilities and most think President Donald Trump is very willing to take military action, according to a new study released as Trump left the U.S. for an 11-day trip to Asia to meet with leaders and diplomats on that very topic.

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Study Finds Deep Internal Divisions in Both Political Parties

Not only are Americans in general politically polarized, but sharp divides are also evident within Republican and Democratic circles on hot-button social and economic issues like immigration and America’s role in the world, according to a Pew Research Center report released Tuesday.

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Study Finds Partisan Gap on Political Values at All-Time High

The partisan divide on fundamental political values – including attitudes about race, immigration and the social safety net – reached record levels during Barack Obama’s presidency, but that gap has grown even wider in Donald Trump’s first year as president, according to a study released Thursday.

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News Outlets’ Assessment of Trump Depends on Audience

News stories from outlets with a politically right-leaning audience are five times more likely to have a positive assessment of the Trump administration than stories from publications with a left-leaning or mixed audience, according to a Pew Research Center report released Monday.

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Americans’ Views of Police, Professors Split Along Party Lines

The majority of Americans in both political parties hold teachers and members of the military in high regard, but are starkly divided in their opinions of police and college professors, according to a Pew Research Center report released Wednesday.

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