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Strong partisan divisions on WHO handling of #COVID19: 62% of Democrats say WHO has done an excellent/good job dealing with the pandemic; just 28% of Republicans agree 80% of Democrats trust coronavirus information from the WHO; only 36% of Republicans do https://pewrsr.ch/2WQiJTl
Liberal Democrats are much more supportive of helping other countries deal with their problems than conservative/moderate Democrats. https://pewrsr.ch/2A06iv3
Liberal Democrats stand apart for their bleak assessment of how the #coronaviruspandemic will affect America’s standing on the global stage: 56% believe the U.S. will have less influence in world affairs after the outbreak. https://pewrsr.ch/2Zr3sKq
While 81% of liberal Democrats think the U.S. has done an only fair or poor job of dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, just 22% of conservative Republicans say the same. https://pewrsr.ch/3e5Xd2F
Republicans are about twice as likely as Democrats to believe the U.S.’s international influence will be strengthened as a result of the coronavirus crisis; Democrats are about four times as likely than Republicans to say it will be weakened. https://pewrsr.ch/3gdssL1
Conservative Republicans are less likely to trust information from the WHO, the EU and the Chinese government about the coronavirus outbreak https://pewrsr.ch/2TlGUab
Younger U.S. adults and those with more education are more likely to view information from the WHO about the coronavirus outbreak as trustworthy https://pewrsr.ch/2ZpDVBa
Trust in facts about the coronavirus outbreak from the EU and WHO, while relatively high overall, is even stronger for people with a college degree or higher. https://pewrsr.ch/2yrbMPm
Few Americans trust information about the coronavirus outbreak from the Chinese government https://pewrsr.ch/2Tr1h5Y
Partisans in the U.S. are divided in their assessments of the WHO https://pewrsr.ch/2LOZnHP
From our new data essay: "Gen Zers are progressive and pro-government, most see the country’s growing racial and ethnic diversity as a good thing, and they’re less likely than older generations to see the United States as superior to other nations." https://pewrsr.ch/2LJD7zn
Americans who believe the U.S. can learn a great deal or a fair amount from other countries about ways to slow the spread of coronavirus are especially like to say other countries are handling the outbreak well. https://pewrsr.ch/2XeLNCY
RT @FactTank: You can find all of our surveys and analyses of the impact of #Coronavirus #COVID-19 right here: https://pewrsr.ch/2QnHFy5 htt…
RT @pewglobal: Younger adults are considerably more likely than older ones to say the U.S. has handled the coronavirus outbreak poorly htt…
RT @pewinternet: The “homework gap” – which refers to school-age children lacking the connectivity they need to complete schoolwork at home…
There are wide partisan gaps on views of how the U.S. and China have dealt with coronavirus, but smaller differences in views of other countries’ responses. https://pewrsr.ch/3e5rVcf
Republicans are much more likely than Democrats to say China has not done a good job dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. https://pewrsr.ch/3cVWwJa
68% of Americans say that the #coronavirus spreading more easily than other infectious diseases is a major reason the U.S. is seeing new cases of the coronavirus. https://pewrsr.ch/36qJnpa
RT @CarrollDoherty: % of each who say social distancing measures are helping 'a lot' to slow the spread of the corornavirus - All adults -…
38% of Republicans think federal policies to control the spread of #coronavirus have been influenced a great deal by evidence from public health experts, compared with 17% of Democrats. https://pewrsr.ch/3bNBmf3
Nearly two-thirds of Americans say China has not done a good job dealing with the coronavirus outbreak, including 37% who say the country has done a poor job. https://pewrsr.ch/2AGHgS7
RT @CarrollDoherty: Older Americans more likely than young adults to frequently attend religious services, according to @PewReligion. % who…
RT @FactTank: With Election Day six months away, about half of Americans are paying fairly close or very close attention to news about the…
Most Americans say evidence from public health experts is influencing government policies related to coronavirus at least a fair amount, but more think such evidence has a great deal of influence on their state’s policies (43%) than on federal policy (26%) https://pewrsr.ch/3bQJqeX
RT @PewReligion: Among Republicans, 54% say they attend religious services monthly or more frequently, 79% identify as Christian, according…
RT @PewReligion: A few weeks ago, 91% of U.S. adults who attend religious services at least once a month said their congregation had closed…
RT @PewReligion: 64% of U.S. Christians, including 51% of white evangelical Protestants, say that their greater concern is that state gover…
In our April survey, some Americans said their religious faith had strengthened as a result of the #CoronavirusOutbreak, even as the vast majority of U.S. churchgoers reported that their congregations had closed regular worship services to the public. https://pewrsr.ch/3eh85Lr
The U.S. religious landscape continues to change at a rapid clip. 65% of adults describe themselves as Christians, down 12 percentage points over the past decade, while 26% are religiously unaffiliated, up from 17% in 2009. https://pewrsr.ch/36pqzqf
RT @johngramlich: As Trump calls for houses of worship to reopen, worth noting that only 10 states (those shown in orange below) were preve…
White evangelical Protestants are President Trump’s most supportive religious constituency, but they are slightly less positive about his response to the #CoronavirusPandemic now than they were in March, our April 29-May 5 survey found. https://pewrsr.ch/2zpOoSL
RT @MichaelDimock: We are committed to covering the #covid19 crisis from multiple angles. Yesterday’s trio of publications showcases that c…
Chart: Many Americans unsure if states are still holding Democratic primaries https://pewrsr.ch/2Xo6IDx
RT @MonicaRAnders: Insightful new report from @pewscience examines Americans’ views about scientists amid #COVID19 - including whether scie…
Most Democrats believe that not enough testing for #COVID19 constitutes a major reason behind new infections of the disease. https://pewrsr.ch/2XhqUHd
RT @asmitch: NEW: Americans are paying much more attention to #COVID19 news than #election2020 news; Only 18% say its very imp't to hear fr…
RT @pewjournalism: 🚨NEW🚨 Americans are following news about presidential candidates much less closely than COVID-19 news https://t.co/1gA0i…
RT @lrainie: 27% of Americans would definitely/probably NOT get a coronavirus vaccination if it were available today, new @pewscience find…
Americans offer mixed ratings of how well medical experts understand specific issues in the coronavirus crisis. https://pewrsr.ch/2Xmf8vc
Chart: Fewer than half of U.S. adults say it's important to get information from the Trump or Biden campaigns https://pewrsr.ch/2ASSBie
Americans with a bachelor’s or postgraduate degree (both 81%) are more likely than adults who attended some college (73%) or who have a high school diploma or less (63%) to have positive overall opinions of medical doctors. https://pewrsr.ch/2XksTui
RT @ElisaShearer: 87% of Americans are following news about COVID-19 very/fairly closely - way higher than the 52% who say the same of news…
RT @PewReligion: One-quarter of U.S. adults overall (24%) say their faith has become stronger because of the coronavirus pandemic, while ju…
Chart: Men, older people, college grads among those following 2020 election news most closely. https://pewrsr.ch/3gdOa1K
35% of U.S. adults now say medical doctors have very high ethical standards, up from 23% in a 2019 survey. https://pewrsr.ch/2ymAxfv
RT @michaelbarthel: How big of a story is the pandemic? It's dwarfing the presidential election - just as the election is swinging into hig…
Opinions of how well the U.S. is doing in dealing with the #CoronavirusOutbreak are most divided along party lines. https://pewrsr.ch/3bXS5fP
Chart: U.S. public is paying far less attention to the 2020 election than to the coronavirus outbreak. https://pewrsr.ch/36lRjYJ
RT @FactTank: NEW: Americans are following news about presidential candidates much less closely than #COVID19 news. https://pewrsr.ch/2WRlcNh…
RT @CarrollDoherty: In 2018, we found that opinions about making it easier to vote were linked to views of racial and ethnic diversity in t…
RT @pewresearch: Chart: Head of state and party leaders are among the most mentioned accounts by legislators who use Twitter in English-spe…
RT @RachelWeisel: We were thrilled when @pewresearch's panel on misinformation & #Election2020 got accepted by #SXSW. #Covid_19 meant we co…
 
 
 
 
 
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