Looking at respondents to 2020 and 2021 surveys reveals differences in vaccination rates based on where people turned most for COVID-19 news.
Powerful storms, wildfires, heat waves and other extreme climate-related events are projected to become more common and affect more people.
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.
A median of 67% in 17 publics express a favorable opinion of the UN, compared with a median of 29% who have an unfavorable opinion.
73% say they are vaccinated, but at least half express confusion, concern over vaccine information and health impacts.
There is minimal praise from other societies for how the United States and China are handling climate change.
Citizens offer mixed reviews of how their societies have responded to climate change, and many question the efficacy of international efforts to stave off a global environmental crisis.
The digital divide between Americans who have a disability and Americans who do not remains for some devices.
In the U.S., highly religious adults are much more skeptical about the possibility of extraterrestrial life than those who are less religious.