Weekly Quiz — Dec. 4
As the news unfolds each day, Morning Consult is on top of it. We capture how people think and feel about what’s happening around the world in politics, consumer trends, public health, sports, the economy, entertainment and more. Take the quiz below to find out how well you understand public opinion — and catch up on stories you might have missed.
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Which TV show did the highest share of consumers name as their favorite show of 2022?
- “Stranger Things”
- “House of the Dragon”
Out of those with a clear favorite show of the year, 5.1% picked “Stranger Things,” followed by 3.4% who chose “House of the Dragon” and 2% who selected “Yellowstone.” Roughly half of the 15 titles consumers were most likely to name as their favorite TV shows of 2022 aired on linear TV, rather than exclusively on streaming services.Read the full article
Which foreign policy concern do Democrats prioritize most relative to Republicans?
- Climate change
- Preventing another pandemic
- U.S.-China relations
Democrats ranked climate change as their most pressing foreign policy concern, while Republicans ranked it 13th, making it the priority with the most pronounced partisan gap. Immigration policy is similarly polarized, with Republicans ranking it first and Democrats putting it at 11th.Read the full article
Which reason did vaccinated adults cite the most for why they haven’t gotten the updated bivalent COVID-19 booster shot?
- I don’t see the point in getting the booster in addition to previous COVID-19 vaccinations.
- I don’t trust that it works.
- I’m not worried about getting COVID-19.
- It is difficult to find the time to do it.
Over 2 in 5 vaccinated adults who have not gotten the most recent booster said not seeing the point of it in addition to other COVID-19 vaccines was either a major or minor reason for skipping it. Similar shares cited not trusting it works and no longer being worried about infection as reasons for not getting the updated booster.Read the full article
What share of Democratic voters said they’re confident in U.S. climate action after the COP27 climate conference in Egypt?
Confidence that the United States will reduce its carbon emissions and slow the impacts of climate change in the next decade fell 15 percentage points among Democratic voters over the past month. Among all voters, confidence dropped 8 points.Read the full article
Which generation finds holiday advertisements the most enjoyable?
- Gen Zers
- Gen Xers
- Baby boomers
Three-quarters of millennials said they find holiday advertisements at least somewhat enjoyable, while 18% said the ads are at least somewhat annoying. Baby boomers, on the other hand, have less appreciation for holiday ads, with around a quarter finding them annoying and 67% finding them enjoyable.Read the full article
This quiz is based on news and analysis published between Nov. 28 and Dec. 2, 2022.
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