A new UChicago Divinity School/AP-NORC Poll explores the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on Americans’ religious beliefs and behaviors, as well as their views on freedom of religion and public health.
A majority of Americans favor their state expanding access to voting by mail, and support for other measures of voting outside the traditional ballot box have increased in the face of the coronavirus outbreak, according to the April 2020 AP-NORC Poll.
Less than half of Americans approve of how President Trump is handling the coronavirus outbreak, and 60% think he should be listening to health experts more according to the April 2020 AP-NORC Poll.
Majorities approve of local and state government responses to the COVID-19 outbreak, while critical of the response from the federal government and Donald Trump, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in March 2020.
The public lacks confidence in the country’s major institutions. Only the military is viewed with a great deal of confidence by a majority, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in February 2020.