In the 11th edition of Pandemic PollWatch, GQR examines how publics worldwide are reacting as many countries begin to reopen their economies and societies after weeks of lockdown.
In the 10th edition of Pandemic PollWatch, GQR examines how publics worldwide expect life to be after the coronavirus pandemic is over – and when they expect that will occur.
In the 9th edition of Pandemic PollWatch, GQR examines how older voters worldwide are reacting to the pandemic.
In the 8th edition of Pandemic PollWatch, GQR examines public opinion on new pandemic-fighting technologies – such as contact-tracing phone apps – and how it might affect civil liberties and privacy.
In the 7th edition of Pandemic PollWatch, GQR examines the global debate about economic re-opening, and the potential trade-off with health protections.
The 6th edition of the Pandemic PollWatch series examines global trends in concern and job approval, and how COVID-19 is affecting trust in the media and media consumption globally.
New GQR polling data shows majority disapproval of the job President Trump is doing on coronavirus; the public says he doesn’t have the top leadership qualities they want for dealing with the pandemic.
In a new article published by Campaigns and Elections, VP Jonathan Moakes outlines some tips for campaigning in the developing world during COVID-19.
The 5th edition of the Pandemic PollWatch series includes new research sponsored by GQR about the leadership qualities Americans want to see in handling COVID-19, and analyzes lessons from South Korea’s National Assembly election.
In the 4th edition of the Pandemic PollWatch series, GQR analyzes the ways that COVID-19’s economic consequences are hitting people differently across lines of income, education, occupation, age, race, and ethnicity.