How America is Coping with Coronavirus (COVID-19)

About this Study

 

TrendCandy Research surveyed a random sample of 1,200 US adults in March 2020 on attitudes and behaviors regarding current affairs and trends in America.

 

The survey was conducted online in partnership with Lucid, a global leader in online sample and research solutions. Response was modeled after US Census demographic breakouts, and the margin of error is +/- 2.83% at the 95% confidence interval.

44%

of Americans believe Coronavirus is being politicized by political parties 

Are Politics Mixing with Coronavirus?

67%

support halting all incoming international flights to slow the spread of Coronavirus

Do Americans Trust Coronavirus Coverage?

54%

say the news media is causing unnecessary panic over Coronavirus

Coronavirus has shifted opinions of China. 

Two out of Ten

Americans say they now have a more negative view of China

28%

of Americans expect their area to be quarantined to contain Coronavirus

Is Coronavirus News Coverage Hurting Economy?

The average American household only has 

2.5 weeks

of food on hand in case of an emergency

About TrendCandy

TrendCandy conducts survey research to create original ideas that spread.

 

Thought leadership research generated by TrendCandy has been covered by hundreds of media outlets, including Bloomberg, Business insider, CNBC, CNN, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Fortune Harvard Business Review, Inc Magazine, TechCrunch and Time.

 

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