Americans are closely divided over whether an anti-coronavirus vaccine is coming by the end of the year, but a sizable number are willing to be guinea pigs to get the job done. Most still say they’re likely to get the vaccine when it’s here but not as many as three months ago.
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Americans are sending more negative signals than positive ones over the decision by many professional sports organizations to promote the controversial Black Lives Matter movement.
The vast majority of Americans say their immediate family has escaped the coronavirus so far, but just over half say their state has started tightening up again because of the surge of new cases.
Americans believe blacks are more racist than whites, Hispanics and Asians in this country.
As the coronavirus lockdown loosens in many states, most parents of school-age children think schools should reopen this fall and say it will be bad for students if they do not.
Most Americans continue to see political correctness as a problem that is killing free speech in this country.
Support for the long-standing name of Washington, DC’s professional football franchise has fallen dramatically, so perhaps it’s no surprise that the Washington Redskins have reportedly decided to change their name.
With America emerging from the coronavirus lockdown, use of face masks has risen, and Americans are more sympathetic to penalties for those who don’t wear one in public.
Respect for the Fourth of July is down this year, although most still recognize that it marks the signing of the Declaration of Independence. But Americans aren’t so sure the Founding Fathers who signed that important document would be happy with the country they initiated this day.
Most Americans expect their local schools to reopen this fall after the spring’s coronavirus lockdown. Two-out-of-three parents say they’re likely to let their kids go back.
Fear of coronavirus remains high, with Americans expressing less confidence that the U.S. public health system can handle it.
With the coronavirus lockdown easing in much of the country, most Americans plan to return to restaurants in the next month, although they admit they are worried about catching the virus while dining out.
Americans strongly reject the call by a leading Black Lives Matter activist to remove “white Jesus” from churches and elsewhere. His message resonates far stronger among black Americans than others.
Americans are critical of police unions and think it’s too difficult to get rid of bad apples on the police force.
Positive views of race relations in this country have taken a beating in recent days, although most continue to reject the idea that racism is rampant in America.
Most Americans continue to give high praise to their local police and approve of their tactics. But following George Floyd’s death, they’re more critical of police-involved killings.
Even as the coronavirus lockdown eases in many parts of the country, Americans are less concerned about the threat of the disease but still aren’t overly confident in the ability of the public health system to protect them.
Most Americans agree that Memorial Day – celebrated today – is the unofficial beginning of summer, but the number of those who plan a summer vacation this year has plummeted.
One-in-four Americans have been forced to cancel tickets to a sporting event because of the coronavirus crisis and now say they are watching more sports on TV to make up for it.
The number of Americans citing lost jobs in their immediate family thanks to the coronavirus has fallen back to the level seen earlier in the crisis.