How is the Coronavirus Pandemic Affecting the Workplace?

Most American workers say they are experiencing more stress because of COVID-19, but think their employers are responding appropriately to the pandemic.

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Casting a Ballot in 2020

Voters are more apt to vote by mail than in the past. But support for mail and online voting reforms has declined since April.

The Public Outlook Remains Gloomy

A majority continue to feel the country is moving in the wrong direction. Most disapprove of the President’s handling of the pandemic and continue to worry about becoming infected with coronavirus.

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Growing Older in America: Aging and Family Caregiving during COVID-19

People providing care to an aging family member or friend have been acutely impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, yet the pandemic has not led to…

More Americans Blame U.S. Government than other countries or WHO for the Coronavirus Crisis

A majority of Americans want the country to take a major role in developing a vaccine, but Democrats and Republicans are divided about sharing the…

Americans Split on Relationship with Russia

Most Americans say Russia tried to influence the 2016 elections, and a majority are concerned about foreign interference in the 2020 elections.

Seeing the numbers

The percentage of people who believe that the majority of long-term care costs should be covered by insurance and government programs is increasing.