A majority of Americans support the recently approved COVID and economic relief law. Those getting a check from the relief law are more likely to use it for bills, savings, or paying down debt.
Americans are broadly supportive of President Biden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic while less positive about his approach to guns and immigration.
Many Americans are concerned about children falling behind academically and socially due to the coronavirus outbreak.
About 1 in 5 Americans say they know someone who has died from COVID-19. Most Americans are at least somewhat worried about the virus, though concern is declining as the vaccines are distributed.
One year into the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic downturn, Americans continue to hold generally positive views of their personal financial situation, but some are experiencing serious and lasting financial impacts.