A majority of Republicans say the GOP should not be accepting of Republican officials who openly criticize Donald Trump.
Long-term unemployment has risen sharply in U.S. amid the pandemic, especially among Asian Americans
About four-in-ten unemployed workers had been out of work for more than six months in February 2021, about double the share in February 2020.
Black Americans stand out for their concern about COVID-19; 61% say they plan to get vaccinated or already have
81% of Black Americans consider the outbreak a major threat to public health and about half see it as a major threat to their personal health.
More Americans say the Biden administration made a "good faith" effort working with the opposition than say the same of GOP leaders.
The number of American homeowners increased by an estimated 2.1 million over the past year, according to the Census Bureau.
77% think vaccinations will benefit the economy.
About a year since the coronavirus recession began, there are some signs of improvement in the U.S. labor market, and Americans are feeling somewhat better about their personal finances than they were early in the pandemic.
The biggest takeaway may be the extent to which the decidedly nonpartisan virus met with an increasingly partisan response.
The outbreak has dramatically changed Americans’ lives and relationships over the past year. We asked people to tell us about their experiences – good and bad – in living through this moment in history.
More Americans now say the possibility that students will fall behind academically without in-person instruction should be given a lot of consideration.