68% of U.S. adults say the federal government has a responsibility to provide medical care to undocumented immigrants who have COVID-19.
Majority of Americans who lost a job or wages due to COVID-19 concerned states will reopen too quickly
68% of those who have lost jobs or taken a pay cut due to COVID-19 are concerned that state governments will lift restrictions too quickly.
White evangelical Protestants are slightly less positive about the president's response to the coronavirus pandemic now than in March.
31% of U.S. adults say they discuss the outbreak with other people most of the time; another 13% say they talk about it almost all of the time.
Also, a declining share of Republicans say the coronavirus is a major threat to health in the United States.
More Americans hold positive than negative views of the news media’s COVID-19 coverage, but Republicans and Democrats remain starkly divided.
Americans remain concerned that states will lift restrictions too quickly, but partisan differences widen
A majority of Americans continue to say their greater concern is that state governments will lift coronavirus-related restrictions on public activity too quickly.
90% of the decrease in employment between February and March arose from positions that could not be teleworked.
The percentage who say journalists have exaggerated the risks of the outbreak has decreased notably in recent weeks.
The outbreak has altered life in the U.S. in many ways, but in key respects it has affected black and Hispanic Americans more than others.