Majorities support the right to practice any or no religion without government restriction, but many Americans think some groups face threats to these freedoms today.
Less than four months before Election Day, there is much interest in the campaign, but considerably less excitement. Political polarization continues to dominate the public’s views of the candidates and the issues.
Americans are more dissatisfied with the country’s direction than at any time since President Trump’s inauguration. While the president’s overall job ratings have been stable during the pandemic, views of his handling of the coronavirus outbreak have steadily declined.
Asked to assess trade-offs between stemming the spread of coronavirus and helping the economy, more Americans prioritize keeping restrictions in place.
Majorities support restrictions to reduce the spread of the virus and report a high level of personal compliance with measures to prevent infection.