We just finished fieldwork on a user experience project that would have been challenging in normal times, but was made doubly so since we’re in the middle of a global pandemic.
There are reasons to be wary of social media. But our knee-jerk reaction to skepticism might be preventing us from engaging in important movements, like Black Lives Matter.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March, many people began to experience a new fear, that of becoming infected – or spreading the virus to others.
“I feel angry.” Nearly half (47%) of Black people we spoke to in a nationwide survey fielded in June named anger when..
Anxious and uncertain: Here's what it's like for 18-24-year-olds as the pandemic rages on.
In our study of 1,377 Americans this month, we took a closer look at 166 people who classified themselves as “essential workers.”
We're all struggling right now, but one group that is especially hard-hit in our current reality is parents.
We looked at how whites and POC are experiencing the pandemic differently.
Who can we trust when information keeps evolving?
As the pandemic continues, Americans face a tension: How can we go back to "normal" while remaining safe?
Our latest study on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting Americans found that while 38% are concerned about contracting the virus, 42% report that the pandemic has impacted their finances.
The past month has been challenging for all of us as we adjust to a new normal. We did a national survey and a qualitative deep dive to see what people are thinking, feeling, and doing these days.