STEM perspectives: Attitudes, opportunities, and barriers in America’s STEM workforce

July 15, 2020 Daniel A. Cox

In a survey of STEM graduates, our scholars explore opinions of the STEM field, career satisfaction, and why some STEM degree holders have exited the field.

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The parents are not all right: The experiences of parenting during a pandemic

July 9, 2020 Daniel A. Cox, Samuel J. Abrams

Parenting during a pandemic has placed a huge burden on those with children at home. As parent’s think about sending their children back to school during the coronavirus pandemic, mothers are especially anxious about the idea. Mothers have experienced a decline in mental health, especially single mothers.

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Many white Americans are ready to reopen the economy. Black Americans aren’t.

June 16, 2020 Daniel A. Cox, Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux

Not all Americans are anxious for businesses to reopen. In fact, there is a fairly stark divide among white, black and Hispanic Americans on the subject.

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Hardship, anxiety, and optimism: Racial and partisan disparities in Americans’ response to COVID-19

June 16, 2020 Daniel A. Cox

In the COVID-19 and American Life Survey, most Americans do not think life will return to normal until 2021. Financial hardships have hit many households, but minorities have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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The urban-rural divide over the coronavirus outbreak

April 16, 2020 Daniel A. Cox, Jacqueline Clemence

Despite clear partisan gaps in views about the coronavirus outbreak, where Americans live is shaping how they respond to it.

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Fear, frustration, and faith: Americans respond to the coronavirus outbreak

April 2, 2020 Daniel A. Cox, Jacqueline Clemence, Karlyn Bowman

The March 2020 American Perspectives Survey found that young people were most likely to say they have hoarded supplies and a large partisan divide in opinions on how the federal government and Donald Trump have handled coronavirus.

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Millennials and baby boomers are not at odds over coronavirus

March 20, 2020 Daniel A. Cox

When it comes to the coronavirus pandemic, younger and older Americans are not responding so differently.

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Toward a climate change consensus?

October 9, 2019 Daniel A. Cox, Eleanor O'Neil

When it comes to climate change, Democrats and Republicans do not agree on much.

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Survey Reports

Daniel A. Cox, Karlyn Bowman, Jacqueline Clemence
November 18, 2020

Hopes and challenges for community and civic life: Perspectives from the nation and Indiana

The coronavirus outbreak has created tensions between urban Americans hit harder by the virus and small towns and rural communities. Despite these disparities, recently released surveys find that before coronavirus, Americans express many of the same ideas and priorities regarding their communities, revealing we may not be as divided as one might think.

Daniel A. Cox, John Halpin
October 13, 2020

Conspiracy theories, misinformation, COVID-19, and the 2020 election

The September 2020 American Perspectives Survey tested various existing conspiracy theories about politics and misconceptions about public health to ascertain overall support for these ideas and examine whether demographic or partisan backgrounds are associated with greater propensity to accept or reject certain theories.

Daniel A. Cox, Ryan Streeter, Samuel J. Abrams, Jacqueline Clemence
September 30, 2020

Socially distant: How our divided social networks explain our politics

The American National Social Network Survey is designed to help us understand how the nature of personal networks and relationships conditions personal behavior and influences decisions.

Daniel A. Cox
July 15, 2020

STEM perspectives: Attitudes, opportunities, and barriers in America’s STEM workforce

In a survey of STEM graduates, our scholars explore opinions of the STEM field, career satisfaction, and why some STEM degree holders have exited the field.