Recent surveys have documented how people around the world view the issue of climate change and international responses.
In historically Black Protestant churches, regular attenders more likely to have received COVID-19 shot
82% of members of the historically Black Protestant tradition who attend church regularly have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Most Americans Who Go to Religious Services Say They Would Trust Their Clergy’s Advice on COVID-19 Vaccines
Most U.S. adults who regularly attend religious services voice confidence in their clergy to provide guidance on the coronavirus vaccine.
67% of Americans perceive a rise in extreme weather, but partisans differ over government efforts to address it
46% of U.S. adults say the area where they live has had an extreme weather event over the past 12 months.
Republican- and Democratic-led states alike already require hundreds of thousands of citizens to be vaccinated against various diseases.
Most U.S. Latinos say global climate change and other environmental issues impact their local communities
Latinos broadly support an array of policy measures to address climate change and other environmental issues.
Unvaccinated Americans are at higher risk from COVID-19 but express less concern than vaccinated adults
Unvaccinated Americans are less likely to be concerned about health effects of COVID-19 and to wear masks in businesses all or most of the time.
Looking at respondents to 2020 and 2021 surveys reveals differences in vaccination rates based on where people turned most for COVID-19 news.
Public polling estimates on COVID-19 vaccination have been within about 2.8 points, on average, of the CDC's calculated rate.
As the drive to inoculate more people continues, here are 10 facts about Americans and COVID-19 vaccines.