The increase in nonwhite Americans identifying as vegetarian and eating less meat is part of the longstanding work of vegan activists of color to make plant-based eating more accessible.
The Gallup poll, conducted after the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade, says that 55 percent of Americans now identify as pro-choice, up from 49 percent last year.
The rise in support stems largely from a majority of Republicans, who for the first time back same-sex marriage at 55%, according to Gallup.
For the first time since Gallup began asking the question in 1937, fewer than half of U.S. adults interviewed said they belonged to a church, synagogue or mosque. That figure is down from 70% in 2000.
A new poll from Gallup finds increased dissatisfaction with the nation's abortion laws, mostly among Democrats, who want fewer restrictions.
The U.S. maintained a strong lead in the annual poll for years until 2017, when its worldwide approval rating plummeted to 30 percent. That number increased slightly in 2018.
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Gallup Editor in Chief Frank M. Newport about a new poll that finds, for the first time, that less than half of Americans are extremely proud of their citizenship.
The global approval rating for U.S. leadership fell to 30 percent — lower in President Trump's first year in office than under former President George W. Bush, and a sharp fall from the Obama era.
A new Gallup poll shows that support for legalizing pot is at an all-time high. Nearly two-thirds of Americans are in favor, as well as 51 percent of Republicans, the highest ever.
Gallup says that for the first time since it started asking Americans about Cuba back in 1996, a majority now see the country in a favorable light.