Online dating users who are Democrats are far more likely their Republican counterparts to say someone’s vaccination status is important for them to see.
Men who describe themselves as gay or bisexual are more likely to say they have received or intend to get a monkeypox vaccine.
Here’s what Americans said they learned about the development of vaccines and medical treatments and their advice for handling a future outbreak.
A median of 68% across 19 countries think their country has done a good job dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, with majorities saying this in every country surveyed except Japan. However, most also believe the pandemic has created greater divisions in their societies and exposed weaknesses in their political systems – and these view are especially common in the U.S.
While the total number of U.S. births declined at the end of 2020 and beginning of 2021, the number of births at home rose.
Americans offer a lackluster evaluation of how the country has balanced priorities during the coronavirus outbreak. Fewer than half say the country has given the right amount of priority to the needs of K-12 students, public health or quality of life.
Increasing representation in science is seen as important for attracting more Hispanic people to science.
Public concern about addiction is down even in the parts of the U.S. where drug overdose death rates have increased the most.
As has often been the case on policy questions about how to deal with the pandemic, partisans are far apart in their views on mask mandates.
Black Americans hold multifaceted views when it comes to trust in medical research scientists: Majorities hold largely positive views of their competence, but express concern about the potential for misconduct.