Asked to assess trade-offs between stemming the spread of coronavirus and helping the economy, more Americans prioritize keeping restrictions in place.
Majorities support restrictions to reduce the spread of the virus and report a high level of personal compliance with measures to prevent infection.
With a new academic year on the horizon, 46% of Americans believe schools need major modifications to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, and another 31% think they shouldn’t reopen for in-person learning at all.
The June 2020 AP-NORC Poll finds some improvement in the public’s economic outlook, driven largely by Republicans who are significantly more optimistic than Democrats.
A majority feel President Trump’s handling of demonstrations across the country in response to police violence against black Americans has only made things worse, according to the June 2020 AP-NORC Poll.