About half of adults in America think Medicare and Medicaid should play large roles in paying for ongoing living assistance for older adults and there is broad and bipartisan support for a host of policies to help pay for the costs of long-term care and caregiving.
The lives of most adults in America remain different than they were before the pandemic, as more than half are still at least somewhat concerned about COVID-19 infection and think steps like vaccination and effective treatments are essential to participate fully in public life again.
Many employees returning to the workplace are feeling more productive, but some are also experiencing more stress.
There continues to be more support than opposition to mask mandates in public, but large partisan gaps persist.
Worries about being infected with the coronavirus remain low, and Americans are taking fewer personal precautions than they were earlier in the year.