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 new UChicago Divinity School/AP-NORC Poll finds that, with congregations closed across the country due the coronavirus, some seek alternative ways of practicing their faith.
Social distancing, working from home, and distance learning have upended many American lives in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in March 2020.
As their concern increases, Americans report taking recommended actions to avoid coronavirus, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in March 2020.
The public is at least moderately confident that the country’s health officials would be able to handle an outbreak of a new virus, and few are very concerned about contracting the new coronavirus, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in February 2020.