Here’s how the COVID-19 recession is affecting labor force participation and unemployment among American workers a year after its onset.
Union membership has had a somewhat unexpected – but likely temporary – turnaround amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Attention to COVID-19 news drops, but Democrats still substantially more interested than Republicans
The percentage of Americans following news of the pandemic very closely has slipped to its lowest level since the beginning of the outbreak.
In Americans' views of some aspects of the COVID-19 outbreak, there is little, or only modest, partisan difference.
A new Pew Research Center survey finds that Americans are increasingly confident they can safely go to services at a church, temple, mosque or other house of worship.
The course of the pandemic in India and China will have a substantial effect on changes in the distribution of income at the global level.
The global middle class consisted of 54 million fewer people in 2020 than the number projected prior to the onset of the pandemic.
The pandemic has presented challenges and obstacles for many Americans, but one group has been getting a lot of attention lately: moms.
One year into the coronavirus pandemic, about a fifth of U.S. adults (21%) are experiencing high levels of psychological distress.
A majority of Americans expect it will be at least a year before life returns to the way it was before COVID-19
Just 9% of the public says it will be less than six months before most public activities operate about as they did before the outbreak.