Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the United States

Marist National Poll

Most Americans think the nation’s mix of races, ethnicities, and religions makes the U.S. stronger, including a little more than four in ten Americans who believe the nation’s differences make the United States a much stronger union. But, only 28% of Americans strongly support diversity, equity, and inclusion training for U.S. workers. This as a plurality of Americans say race relations in the United States have changed little over the last year, which is not perceived as a positive.

Americans Prefer the Super Bowl to Valentine’s Day
Marist National Poll

February’s Super Battle

Biden Competitive with Trump, Haley… Biden Opens Up Lead if Trump is Convicted
NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist National Poll

The Road to the General Election

Is Gen Z more conservative on some key issues than Millennials? Results from the new Gen:Next survey from the Marist Poll suggests they may be.

Big Generational Differences on Legal Weed, Climate Change, and Health Care

Biden Would Best Trump, DeSantis in New Hampshire… Haley Would Edge Biden in the Granite State
Marist New Hampshire Poll

The Presidential Contest in New Hampshire

American Pessimism Highest in Six Years… Americans Who Say Personal Finances Will Worsen Climbs
Marist National Poll

Outlook for 2024

Taylor Swift is Good for the NFL, say Most Americans
Marist National Poll

Taylor Swift & the NFL

Biden and Trump Competitive in 2024 Matchup
NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist National Poll

2024 Presidential Election Tossup & Issues

Hochul’s Approval Rating Suffers Amid Dissatisfaction with NYS Quality of Life... Most NYC Residents Perceive Wrongdoing in Adams’ Dealings with Turkey
Marist New York State Poll

Quality of Life in New York State

GOP at Fault If Government Shuts Down, Say Nearly Half of Americans
NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist National Poll

The Looming Government Shutdown