From the Annenberg Public Policy Center:

Americans’ ability to name the five rights protected by the First Amendment has jumped since 2017, when we last asked this question. Their ability to specify some of them more than tripled. Asked to name any of the rights guaranteed under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution:

  • 73% of Americans named freedom of speech, up from 48% in 2017;

  • 47% named freedom of religion, up from 15% in 2017;

  • 42% named freedom of the press, up from 14% in 2017;

  • 34% named right of assembly, up from 10%;

  • 14% named right to petition the government, up from 3%;

  • Those who could not name any First Amendment right fell to 19% from 37% in 2017 (total of “can’t name any” and “don’t know”).