Life in the Time of COVID-19: Trust in the WHO

The results are in for the fourth installment of IntelliSurvey’s “Life in the Time of COVID-19” survey. The survey fielded in the United States weekly between March 27th and April 17th.  Likewise, the United Kingdom companion study fielded on April 6th and 17th.  Both surveys provide a look at the shifts in trust among important … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Trust in the WHO”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Social Distancing US vs. UK

In this edition of IntelliSurvey’s “Life in the Time of COVID-19” series, we explore the experiences of social distancing between respondents in the United States and United Kingdom. N = 954 US and n= 810 UK respondents were surveyed on April 3rd and 6th, respectively, on various aspects of social distancing. Specifically, respondents were asked … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Social Distancing US vs. UK”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Social Distancing

Social distancing recommendations from the CDC, and other health organizations have been consistent over the past month. However, not everyone seems to be following the guidelines. IntelliSurvey’s third “Life in the Time of COVID-19” online survey, conducted on April 10, 2020, posed questions about compliance with recommendations. Specifically, respondents were asked about frequency of social … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Social Distancing”

Trust in the Time of COVID-19

The results of IntelliSurvey’s March 27, 2020 survey among a representative sample of 1,025 adults in the U.S. reveal that overall, most Americans have high levels of trust that health organizations and health, local, and state government officials are providing them with honest and accurate information about the COVID-19 pandemic.  But digging into the data … Continue reading “Trust in the Time of COVID-19”