A YouGov survey fielded May 7-8, 2020 asked 1,432 Americans how they felt about the measures certain airlines have begun to implement and the steps that the industry is considering in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The latest Economist/YouGov Poll finds about half (49%) of the country say it's definitely or probably true that the coronavirus originated in a laboratory in China, although US intelligence agencies have not said this was how the outbreak began.
YouGov polling from over the weekend (April 24-26) finds that one in five Americans believe that the current level of restrictions imposed on people like them are too severe (20%).
The ongoing survey runs in 29 countries and provides behavioral analysis on how different populations are responding to COVID-19. YouGov is making the anonymized respondent level data freely available to researchers all over the world via an online data dashboard.
In a new YouGov poll conducted among more than 8,000 Americans in April, nearly two in three people (64%) say they expect face masks to be a regular part of life for the next 12 months.
A quarter of Americans are climate skeptics, according to a YouGov scale that measures how American consumers feel about sustainability.
The most recent Yahoo News/YouGov survey shows four out of five Americans (79%) are worried about the virus, with concern significantly higher among Democrats (88%) than Republicans (70%).
According to the latest wave of YouGov’s 8-week COVID-19 study, Americans are six times as likely to say they wear a face mask when in public now compared with what they said just three weeks ago (29% in week 4 vs. 5% in week 1).
The good news is that most Americans (67%) think they’re personally going to be ok in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. But not everyone is optimistic about the country’s—or society’s—future.
YouGov data from March shows that 85 percent of Americans now say they are taking preventative measures to avoid personally contracting COVID-19 (an increase of 28-points from February).