2021: The Public’s Priorities and Expectations

January 19, 2021 Headed into 2021, COVID-19 tops the list of Americans’ priorities for government to address. Health care, in general, and economic issues continue to be high on the public’s agenda as well. Compared to prior years, Americans have more confidence in the government’s ability…

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State of the Facts 2020: COVID-19

Few Americans find it easy to find information on COVID-19 and are split on what information to trust and how to use it to make decisions.

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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Hampton University/AP-NORC Polling Partnership

Hampton University Center for Public Policy and The AP-NORC Center are collaborating for the 2020 election cycle.

Majority of Virginia Voters Plan to Cast Their Ballot before Election Day

More than four times as many registered Virginia voters plan on casting a ballot before Election Day compared to prior elections.

Do Elections Matter? Most Voters Think This One Will.

Voters agree that the country is greatly divided over important values. They disagree on many issues, including the value of diversity and the health of…

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.