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.
Most American workers say they are experiencing more stress because of COVID-19, but think their employers are responding appropriately to the pandemic.
Funded by the Data Foundation and conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, this series of surveys tracks the impact of COVID-19 on the health, finances, and social lives of Americans.
The April 2020 AP-NORC Poll explores how the coronavirus outbreak is impacting the health and finances of urban Americans, black Americans, and Hispanic Americans, as well as what all Americans are doing to slow the spread of the virus.
Assessments of the national economy have fallen precipitously since the outbreak began, but most still report their personal finances are in good shape, according to the AP-NORC Poll conducted in March 2020.