More Americans are showing confidence and trust in medical professionals, especially among Democrats, during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
In a new study, released by Pew Research Center, migrant apprehensions tanked substantially in April, showcasing the effects purportedly caused by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
The research team studied 749 participants online who resided in the United States. Close to half of the participants were people of color, while the rest were whites.
According to the Siena College Poll, most New Yorkers are in favor of the left-leaning leader of New York, with 77 percent overall approval ratings, an increase from 71 in the past
67 percent of Americans theorize that it is likely the pandemic may lead to a drastic interference with the voting process on November 3rd, 2020.
Misinformation on COVID-19 making the rounds on social networking sites is more likely to have originated from conservative media outlets, new research suggests.
Despite impressive early-voting results from various primary elections, some Democrats are not conformed with an older white male as the presumptive nominee, but many still back him as their candidate of choice.
Americans are more likely to view climate change as a major threat to the well-being of their nation when synchronized with the principles of Democrats, a recent survey suggests.
According to data released by Pew Research Center, the American public is generally in accordance with the principles CDC employees abide by, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.