Sixty-two percent of adults age 50 and older have used telehealth since the beginning of the pandemic, but socioeconomic differences emerge in the reasons for using—and not using—it.
Mothers are more likely than fathers to say they do more around the house than their partner, and women are more likely to say having a child is an obstacle for job security.
Despite the omicron variant and increased concern about becoming infected, fewer Americans are taking personal precautions against the coronavirus.
After nearly two years of pandemic life, Gen Z points to COVID-19 as a significant source of stress that is getting in the way of them pursing their social, educational, and career goals.
Fewer Americans plan to participate in Halloween activities than before the COVID-19 pandemic.