Democrats are more concerned than Republicans about the ease of voting and the broader integrity of the 2020 presidential election.
The pandemic has had a divisive effect on a sense of national unity in many of the countries surveyed: A median of 46% feel more national unity now than before the coronavirus outbreak, while 48% think divisions have grown.
Most Republicans say the primary reason for the rise in confirmed coronavirus cases is that more people are being tested.
Republicans and Democrats' opinions differ on many aspects of the outbreak, including views about religious practices during the pandemic.
Six-in-ten say the primary reason the number of confirmed coronavirus cases is increasing is that there are more new infections; 39% say cases are rising mainly because more people are being tested than in previous months.
The public sees health risks to students and teachers as the top factor to be given a lot of consideration as schools decide whether to reopen.
As the nation’s economy contracted at a record rate in recent months, the group’s unemployment rate rose sharply, particularly among Hispanic women, and remains higher among Hispanic workers than U.S. workers overall.
Unfavorable views of China reach new historic high, and a majority supports taking a tougher stand on human rights.
Most Americans (71%) have heard of a conspiracy theory that alleges that powerful people intentionally planned the coronavirus outbreak.
Republicans and Democrats remain far apart in their views of the threat to public health posed by the coronavirus outbreak.