Education Is Now a Bigger Factor Than Race in Desire for COVID-19 Vaccine
New survey results show while racial and ethnic differences in vaccine hesitancy persist, level of education now has a stronger effect on people’s willingness to get the vaccine.
Most U.S. Adults Wear Masks – Inconsistently
Most U.S. adults—about 9 in 10—report wearing masks to protect against COVID-19, but they wear masks inconsistently, raising concerns about how effectively they are protecting themselves and others.
It Is Finally Election Day
Experts who lead the Understanding America Study reflect on surveying Americans during the 2020 election cycle.
Know Your Epidemic, Know Your Response: Early Perceptions of COVID-19 and Self-Reported Social Distancing in the United States
we study individual’s perceptions on COVID-19 and social distancing during the week of March 10–16, 2020, a week when COVID-19 was officially declared to be a pandemic by WHO and when new infections in the US were more than doubling every three days.Categorized in
Vast Majority of Americans Support Wearing Masks, But a Deeper Look at Behavior Reveals Troubling Lack of Adherence
Many Americans say they support wearing masks, but theres a troubling number of people who do not wear masks and do not follow social distancing recommendations.