December 21, 2020 As a year marked by a pandemic, economic uncertainty, and a divisive election comes to a close, few Americans are feeling festive during the holiday season. Just 22% of Americans feel very or extremely festive this year, down from 49% one year ago. Although more Americans are experiencing positive emotions than negative…
Few have much confidence in the safety of a COVID vaccine or about whether its distribution will be equitable.
More than four times as many registered Virginia voters plan on casting a ballot before Election Day compared to prior elections.
Few Americans find it easy to find information on COVID-19 and are split on what information to trust and how to use it to make decisions.
Most American workers say they are experiencing more stress because of COVID-19, but think their employers are responding appropriately to the pandemic.