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Over two-thirds of Americans (68%) believe the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over.Read more
More than half of Americans (56%) agree that social media platforms and streaming services bear responsibility for preventing misinformation related to ...Read more
With the exception of some outdoor spaces, adults prefer mask mandates in all proposed locations. Americans especially support masks in tight spaces.Read more
Eighty-percent are at least a little bit afraid, but those who received the J&J vaccine are significantly more afraid than all other vaccine recipients.Read more
Women are twice as likely to report having experienced depressive symptoms (29%) during the pandemic compared to men (14%).Read more
Men think we are about a year away from returning to normal economic activity, while women predict it will take about 17 months.Read more
Vaccine-hesitant Americans would need to be paid $244 more to receive it than the Pfizer vaccineRead more
Among vaccine passport skeptics, twice as many are Republicans (48%) than Democrats (23%), while 30% are Independent.Read more
As of early February, Americans predict more than a year and a half before we reach herd immunity or resume normal economic activity.Read more