Life in the Time of COVID-19: Vaccine Perceptions and Immunity Passports

In our last edition in the Life in the Time of COVID-19 survey series, we asked respondents how likely they were to get vaccinated against COVID-19 once eligible. In the weeks since that post, we were curious how perceptions of the available vaccines have taken shape. Furthermore, President Biden has announced there will be enough … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Vaccine Perceptions and Immunity Passports”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Valentines and Vaccines

Many people in the United States (and elsewhere around the world) are looking forward to 2021 being the year that life gets back to “normal” or as it was B.C. (Before COVID-19). However, with over 26 million confirmed cases, nearly 450,000 deaths from the virus in the U.S. alone, and new variants popping up, it … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Valentines and Vaccines”

Life in the Time of COVID-19: Personal Impact and Beliefs by Race/Ethnicity

Since the end of March, 2020, IntelliSurvey has conducted 13 surveys in its ‘Life in the Time of COVID-19’ series, with each online survey fielded among a nationally representative sample of ~1000 US respondents. One drawback with this sampling approach is that it can be difficult to compare the results by race and/or ethnicity since … Continue reading “Life in the Time of COVID-19: Personal Impact and Beliefs by Race/Ethnicity”