Despite the omicron variant and increased concern about becoming infected, fewer Americans are taking personal precautions against the coronavirus.
After nearly two years of pandemic life, Gen Z points to COVID-19 as a significant source of stress that is getting in the way of them pursing their social, educational, and career goals.
Fewer Americans plan to participate in Halloween activities than before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Half of Americans approve of the Biden administration’s plan to require most U.S. workers to get vaccinated or regularly tested for COVID-19, and a third disapprove.
With COVID-19 case counts remaining high in much of the United States, 34% of adults age 50 and older feel socially isolated. And 1 in 4 feels that their social life and relationships have gotten worse over the past year.