Many Americans are concerned about children falling behind academically and socially due to the coronavirus outbreak.
About 1 in 5 Americans say they know someone who has died from COVID-19. Most Americans are at least somewhat worried about the virus, though concern is declining as the vaccines are distributed.
One year into the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic downturn, Americans continue to hold generally positive views of their personal financial situation, but some are experiencing serious and lasting financial impacts.
Sixty percent of those who are not certain about getting vaccinated cite safety concerns.
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…