A majority of workers in only four out of nine industries studied say that the responsibilities of their job can be done from home.
Among all married or cohabiting adults, 53% say things in their marriage or relationship currently are going very well.
Following the passage of a second stimulus package in December, 79% of U.S. adults say another economic assistance package will be necessary.
Social media activity by members of Congress changed in notable ways following the rioting at the Capitol by supporters of President Trump.
Democrats are far more willing to say the U.S. can learn from other countries on major policy issues than Republicans are.
A third of U.S. adults say they changed their Thanksgiving plans “a great deal,” while roughly a quarter changed their plans “some.”
Some of Americans’ pandemic adaptations have relied on technology, including adults working from home and students learning online.
At the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s annual forum on Dec. 15, 2020, Director of Global Attitudes Research Richard Wike presented the results of an invitation-only poll of forum attendees about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts, the state of the global economy, the future of work, and cooperation between countries.
The coronavirus outbreak inflicted disruptions on 2020 census operations, raising questions about how accurate the decennial count will be.
As 2020 draws to a close, here are 20 striking findings from our studies, covering notable trends that emerged during the year.