The coronavirus outbreak has brought privacy and surveillance concerns to the forefront. Here's what Americans think about those issues.
The public’s sense about the pandemic's impact on the financial well-being of most news organizations is far from clear.
We're committed to informing the public with facts about the far-reaching impact that this global pandemic is having on our society.
Our response to the pandemic has included the difficult decision to suspend much of our international survey work until further notice.
Some Americans – particularly those who are younger or college educated – are finding virtual ways to connect, shop and be active.
Americans with lower incomes are particularly likely to have concerns related to the digital divide and the digital “homework gap.”
24% of U.S. adults overall say their faith has become stronger because of the coronavirus pandemic; just 2% say their faith has become weaker.
For some governments, the debt incurred on COVID-19 relief will add to the considerable red ink already on their ledgers before the pandemic.
61% give equal attention to national and local coronavirus news.
Overall, 70% of U.S. adults favor allowing any voter to vote by mail if they want to.