There is growing polarization in confidence in science, with Democrats (64%) more confident than Republicans (34%). This 30-point gap is up from 9 points in 2018.
Most Americans are concerned about cyber-attacks on U.S. institutions, and many say the Chinese and Russian governments are a big threat to the nation’s cybersecurity, according to a new Pearson Institute/AP-NORC Poll.
Despite generally low trust, Americans are confident that the federal government will play a role in bettering their lives, and support efforts to enhance data security.
Few have much confidence in the safety of a COVID vaccine or about whether its distribution will be equitable.
With just a few weeks until the 2020 presidential election, Americans remain concerned and unsure about facts surrounding the election.