A June 2020 AP-NORC Poll reveals major changes in the public’s view of the relationship between the police and black people compared to just five years ago. Major gaps remain in how black and white Americans understand racism and police violence.
Funded by the Data Foundation and conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, this series of surveys tracks the impact of COVID-19 on the health, finances, and social lives of Americans.
A new UChicago Harris/AP-NORC study shows that despite the coronavirus outbreak putting a spotlight on many aspects of the U.S. health care system, the public’s opinions about health care costs and coverage have not significantly changed in recent months.
Most Americans expect a vaccine against COVID-19 to be available by some point in 2021, but only half say they will get vaccinated and many are unsure, according to the AP-NORC survey conducted in May 2020.
Seventy percent say the economy is in poor shape and many are feeling financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the May 2020 AP-NORC Poll. And when restrictions lift, few plan to engage in activities that draw a crowd.