Publics disagree about whether restrictions on public activity, such as stay-at-home orders or mandates to wear masks in public, have gone far enough to combat COVID-19.
The pandemic and its effects on society became a pervasive part of the media narrative about Joe Biden’s first 60 days in office.
The share of Americans viewing illegal immigration as a ‘very big’ problem has increased.
In Americans' views of some aspects of the COVID-19 outbreak, there is little, or only modest, partisan difference.
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.
A majority of Republicans say the GOP should not be accepting of Republican officials who openly criticize Donald Trump.
More Americans say the Biden administration made a "good faith" effort working with the opposition than say the same of GOP leaders.
The biggest takeaway may be the extent to which the decidedly nonpartisan virus met with an increasingly partisan response.
There are wide partisan gaps over most of the 19 items asked about – particularly addressing racial issues and dealing with global climate change.
Following the passage of a second stimulus package in December, 79% of U.S. adults say another economic assistance package will be necessary.