Compared to June, fewer Americans think that deadly force is more commonly used against a Black person than a white person or that police who cause harm need greater consequences.
Views of the economy are stabilizing and the public is becoming less pessimistic about the trajectory of the economy and the country overall.
Voters are more apt to vote by mail than in the past. But support for mail and online voting reforms has declined since April.
A majority continue to feel the country is moving in the wrong direction. Most disapprove of the President’s handling of the pandemic and continue to worry about becoming infected with coronavirus.
As a result of the pandemic many are spending less, saving more, and paying down existing debt.