The share of unpartnered mothers who are employed and at work has fallen more precipitously than among other parents.
A large majority of Americans say additional COVID-19 aid is needed – and want Congress to pass it as soon as possible.
The U.S. is not the only country wrestling with political fissures. But the pandemic has revealed how pervasive the divide in U.S. politics is.
If one takeaway from the election is historic voter participation, another may be the political polarization that has come to define the U.S.
Votes cast on Election Day have grown steadily less significant over the past several election cycles as a share of total votes cast.
Majorities of adults say they would be open to participating in some parts of the process of identifying and isolating coronavirus victims, but others are reluctant to engage fully with public health authorities.
When asked to describe how the COVID-19 outbreak has affected them negatively, Democrats and Republicans are divided on the subject of masks.
Across 13 countries, people’s assessments of how well their country had handled the coronavirus outbreak were closely tied to partisanship.
Supporters of Donald Trump and Joe Biden differ widely on the issues that are "very important" to their vote.
Biden supporters are more likely than Trump supporters to be confident their news sources will make the right call in announcing a winner. And partisans remain worlds apart on how well the U.S. has controlled the coronavirus outbreak.