A new UChicago Harris/AP-NORC study shows that despite the coronavirus outbreak putting a spotlight on many aspects of the U.S. health care system, the public’s opinions about health care costs and coverage have not significantly changed in recent months.
Most Americans expect a vaccine against COVID-19 to be available by some point in 2021, but only half say they will get vaccinated and many are unsure, according to the AP-NORC survey conducted in May 2020.
The president’s job ratings continue to hold steady during the coronavirus outbreak, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in May 2020, even as few Americans approve of how the federal government is handling the pandemic.
Americans remain concerned about the threat from the coronavirus and worry about reopening too soon, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in May 2020. There is support for imposing conditions in order to reinstate economic and social activities.
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.