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From Gilani Research Foundation     August 2020, Issue # 648-649*

Compiled on a weekly basis since January 2007

Gilani’s Gallopedia is a weekly Digest of Opinions in a globalized world

This issue scores 77 out of 100 on Gilani-Gallopedia's Globality Index, showing coverage of world population, and 77 out of 100 on the world income (prosperity) Index. Click for Details

Contact Details: Asra Malik

Research Executive, Gallup Pakistan

This WEEKLY REPORT consists of 31 national & multi country surveys 7 polling organizations have been represented.

Asia:

India(Employment Issues), UAE(Well-Being, Well-Being) – 03 national polls

Africa:

Angola (Justice), Sierra Leone (Education) – 02

Euro Americas:

Germany (Lifestyle, Entertainment), France (Entertainment), UK(Employment Issues, Entertainment, Media, Morality, Elections, Health, Health, Employment Issues, Health, Employment Issues) USA(National Image, Employment Issues, Health, Health, Crime, Education, Health, Ethnicity), Australia(Health, Consumer Confidence) – 22 national polls

Multi-Country Studies:

YouGov – 13 Countries (Regional Organizations)

YouGov – 5 Countries (Health)

Gallup USA – 140 Countries (US image)

Topic of the Week:

One in five Britons have given to charity in the last three months

Innovations in Methodology:

Millions of Americans Are About to Lose Their Homes, According to a Census Bureau Survey

Gilani-Gallopedia Globality Index

      ASIA AND MENA Regions

648-649-01  One in 5 in the country jobless after lockdown (Click for Details)

  (India) The central government had imposed a nationwide lockdown on March 25, while the process of unlocking was started from June 1. After the easing of lockdown in the country, one out of five people has been rendered jobless, as per the IANS-CVoter Covid-19 Tracker conducted among a sample size of 1,723. According to the survey, 21.57 per cent of people have either completely laid off work or are out of work. The survey also indicated that 25.92 per cent of people are still working under regulations and safety measures with the same income or salary while 7.09 per cent people are working from home without having any cut in salary. (C-Voter)

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3.3 Economy » Employment Issues  

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*      MENA:

648-649-02  Optimism about personal finances is on the rise among UAE residents (Click for Details)

(UAE) The appearance of the Covid-19 pandemic has turned our familiar world upside down within a span of few months. YouGov’s economic recovery tracker run between 7th May and 2nd July reveals how the crisis has affected the nation’s finances. With the economy gradually reopening, UAE residents are hopeful about their personal monetary situation and a third (33%) think their finances will get better in twelve months’ time while 23% expect them to remain in the same state. The number who think they will get worse stands at 25%. (YouGov)

July 22, 2020

3.1 Economy » Perceptions on Performance/ Well-Being

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648-649-03  Resuming tourism will benefit the economy, but many worry about sharing public spaces with tourists (Click for Details)

  (UAE) As Dubai attempts to return to normal life and resume international tourism and hospitality, YouGov’s latest survey asked respondents about their comfort of sharing public places with international tourists and the areas of concern.When asked about their concerns of sharing public places with tourists, the majority of respondents (56%) claimed to be very or somewhat concerned about sharing shopping spaces with them. Among the different age groups, concern is highest among young adults (between 18-24 years) while it is the least among respondents aged 45+ (64% vs 44%). (YouGov)

July 30, 2020

3.1 Economy » Perceptions on Performance/ Well-Being

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AFRICA Regions

*      AFRICA

648-649-04  Majority of Angolans see risk of retaliation if they report corruption, Afrobarometer survey shows (Click for Details)

(Angola) Despite appeals by the president and attorney general to join the national crusade against corruption, a majority of Angolans believe that reporting corruption cases carries risks of retaliation or other negative consequences, according to Afrobarometer’s first survey in the country. Survey findings show that Angolans are divided in their views on other aspects of the fight against corruption, including whether corruption levels have increased or decreased, whether President João Lourenço is using the issue to get rid of political opponents, and whether corruption charges stemming from before 2017 should be dropped to promote the country’s political stability. (Afrobarometer)

July 30, 2020

4.9 Society » Justice

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648-649-05  Majority of Sierra Leoneans like universal free education but call for greater investment, new Afrobarometer study shows (Click for Details)

(Sierra Leone) An overwhelming majority of Sierra Leoneans say they or a member of their family have benefited directly from the Free Quality School Education (FQSE) policy by getting free schooling for children or students in their families, a new Afrobarometer survey shows. Sierra Leoneans largely support the FQSE policy for all grade levels, and many oppose the idea of limiting free education in order to save money. A large majority give the government positive ratings for its performance in addressing educational needs (at least before recent school closings due to COVID-19 presented a whole new set of challenges). (Afrobarometer)

July 28, 2020

4.10 Society » Education

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EURO-AMERICA Regions

*      EUROPE

648-649-06 For the majority of Germans, meat belongs on the grill (Click for Details)

(Germany) Germans are grill fans: almost nine out of ten Germans (87 percent) say they like to eat grilled food. In addition, for the vast majority of Germans, meat belongs on the grill. 71 percent each say that they prefer to eat steaks and (fried) sausages. Every second person (52 percent) likes to eat meat skewers from the grill, 31 percent vegetable skewers and 29 percent paprika. In last place is fruit such as pineapple (10 percent). That is the result of a current YouGov survey in cooperation with Statista. (YouGov)

July 30, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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648-649-07 One in six read all Harry Potter books (Click for Details)

(Germany) On July 31, 2020, the character Harry Potter celebrates his 40th birthday. YouGov asked the Germans about the fictional character and the books by British author JK Rowling. Every sixth German (15 percent) has read all seven Harry Potter books. 11 percent have read several, but two thirds of those surveyed (67 percent) have not read any of the British author's books. That the books exert a fascination on their readers is shown by the fact that 36 percent of those surveyed who have read at least one of the Harry Potter books have enjoyed reading it several times. This is what most respondents say between the ages of 18 and 24 (51 percent) and between 25 and 34 years (49 percent). (YouGov)

July 30, 2020

4.16 Society » Entertainment

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648-649-08  COVID-19: What are the French plans for 2021? (Click for Details)

(France) The state of mind of the French seems to have changed during the health crisis: more than two in three French people (67%) say they want to enjoy life more, 66% are more worried about the future and 65% now give more importance to their family. In addition to having impacted the state of mind of the French, this health crisis has also had an impact on their projects, especially with regard to travel abroad. Thus, 21% of French people have already canceled travel plans abroad due to COVID-19 and 20% are postponing booking future trips. Only 6% plan to maintain their international travel plans. (YouGov)

July 29, 2020

4.16 Society » Entertainment

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648-649-09  More than half of office staff will work from home for the rest of summer while a fifth of bosses plan to bring employees back on a part-time basis, survey of 94 of UK's largest firms reveals (Click for Details)  

(UK) More than half of office workers will carry on working from home despite lockdown restrictions set to ease, a survey has found. The Chartered Governance Institute and the Core Project interviewed 94 of Britain's largest employers and found that 52 per cent of them would continue to operate working from home. The survey of company secretaries across a range of sectors found that only 19 per cent of workers would be heading back to the office full time when the Government's 'work from home' guidance eases next week. (Daily Mail)

July 30, 2020

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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648-649-10  Bingewatch Britain? Viewers more likely to finish a TV series if it’s released all at once (Click for Details)

(UK) YouGov Daily data indicates that those who have access to a series all at once are more likely to complete it: three in ten (31%) believe the binge model is more conducive to finishing a show than the week-by-week model – with 17% believing they’re more likely to get to the end of a series that’s released week by week. (YouGov)

July 21, 2020

4.16 Society » Entertainment

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648-649-11 45% of Brits don’t trust TV ads (Click for Details)

(UK) YouGov data shows that two-thirds of Brits (67%) feel “bombarded” by advertising – and a plurality (45%) don’t trust them – and of this group, 12% “definitely agree” that they don’t trust TV ads. Our data shows that as Brits get older, they become more wary of TV ads. Those in the 18-24 and 24-39 age brackets are about as likely to trust commercials as they are to distrust them. Those between 40-54 are actually more likely to believe ads than disbelieve them. But Brits over 55 are dramatically more likely to distrust TV commercials: 42% are sceptical compared to 34% who aren’t. Members of this group are more likely to be male than female: 62% of men distrust ads compared to 38% of women. (YouGov)

July 30, 2020

4.6 Society » Media/ New Media

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648-649-12 One in five Britons have given to charity in the last three months (Click for Details)

(UK) We use YouGov Profiles to look at the kind of people who have been donating money in these straitened times. Despite the coronavirus crisis tightening many purse strings across the country, one in five Britons have donated to a charity in the past three months, according to data from YouGov Profiles. Donors are especially likely to be older people, with 48% being aged 55 and above (compared to 38% of all Britons being this age. They are also more likely to be female (54%) than male (46%). (YouGov)

July 30, 2020

4.7 Society » Morality, Values & Customs / Lifestyle

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648-649-13 Conservative Party members stand by Boris, but would vote for Rishi if it came to it (Click for Details)

(UK) Talk of changing leaders doesn't wash with Tory members, the vast majority of whom approve of Johnson's record to date. It has now been over a year since the Conservative Party membership delivered Boris Johnson a landslide victory over Jeremy Hunt in the leadership election, and ultimately the keys to Downing Street. To see what they think about that decision with the benefit of hindsight, YouGov has surveyed party members. (YouGov)

July 23, 2020          

1.1 Domestic Politics » Elections

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648-649-14 How do Brits feel about reopened pubs? (Click for Details)

(UK) In June most Brits told us that they felt uncomfortable about returning to pubs, and the headline figures have not drastically changed since then, despite doors opening again. Overall, 49% of Brits say they would feel uncomfortable returning to a pub now, compared to 54% in June. Currently a quarter of Brits (25%) say they are fairly uncomfortable, and another 24% are very uncomfortable with the prospect. (YouGov)

July 24, 2020          

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-15 One in five Britons say they’ve done well out of coronavirus (Click for Details)

(UK) Three in ten also seem to think the outbreak has benefitted key workers. With life in Britain slowly returning to normal now seems like a good time to ask Britons to take stock and assess how badly they think society has been affected by the coronavirus ordeal. While a majority of Britons (57%) feel negatively impacted by the outbreak, staggeringly close to one in five Britons (18%) say that in spite of the stockpiling, lockdown and looming economic crisis, the pandemic has had a positive effect on them. (YouGov)

July 27, 2020          

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-16 From home life to work and money: the impact of lockdown on the 50-70s revealed (Click for Details)

(UK) Ipsos MORI conducted research on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better to understand the impact lockdown has had on those in their 50s and 60s. The findings reveal how the pandemic has changed people’s lives and their plans for the future. Around a fifth of individuals aged 50 – 70 years have seen their physical health deteriorate during the pandemic and over one-third have said that is the case for their mental health. A trend which has been more acute among those who are more vulnerable. (Ipsos MORI)

July 30, 2020          

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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648-649-17 Face masks becoming normal but a flashpoint while ‘COVID-secure’ behaviours sticking (Click for Details)

(UK) A new UK study by King’s College London and Ipsos MORI finds that while people are getting used to wearing face masks, they have been a source of tension for some. The study also finds that precautionary “COVID-secure” behaviours are sticking, with reported compliance largely unchanged from May. The study is based on 2,237 interviews with UK residents aged 16-75, and was carried out online between 17 and 20 July 2020. This was before the wearing of face masks became mandatory in shops in England, but after the measure was announced by the government. (Ipsos MORI)

July 30, 2020          

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-18 Get on board the (savings) equality train (Click for Details)

(UK) Last year, Britain was divided on Brexit. This year, the long-standing inequities faced by ethnic minority populations have been revealed to a wider audience, and today it is a virus that is splitting the country. Office of National Statistics (ONS) data reports more than 600,000 redundancies, with more to come, a 125% increase in unemployment claimants, a 60% drop in job vacancies between March and May 2020 and in-work poverty on the increase.  So far, it is younger generations, women and low earners who have been most sharply affected, being several times more likely than average to have lost their job due to lockdown. (Ipsos MORI)

July 24, 2020          

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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*      NORTH AMERICA

648-649-19 Republicans see China more negatively than Democrats, even as criticism rises in both parties (Click for Details)

(USA) Americans in both major parties now see China much more negatively than in the recent past, but Republicans are more likely than Democrats to express skepticism across a range of measures, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. The survey, conducted in June and July, comes as Donald Trump and Joe Biden both make China a key campaign issue ahead of the U.S. presidential election in November. (PEW)

July 30, 2020

1.5 Domestic Politics » National Image/ Trust

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648-649-20 Amid coronavirus outbreak, nearly three-in-ten young people are neither working nor in school (Click for Details)

(USA) As COVID-19 cases have surged in the United States, young adults face a weakening labor market and an uncertain educational outlook. Between February and June 2020, the share of young adults who are neither enrolled in school nor employed – a measure some refer to as the “disconnection rate” – has more than doubled, according to a new analysis of Census Bureau data by Pew Research Center. Most of the increase is related to job loss among young workers. (PEW)

July 29, 2020

3.3 Economy » Employment Issues

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648-649-21  Four-in-ten who haven’t yet filled out U.S. census say they wouldn’t answer the door for a census worker (Click for Details)

(USA) As 2020 census workers begin knocking on the doors of millions of U.S. households that have not returned their census questionnaires, four-in-ten U.S. adults who have not yet responded say they would not be willing to answer their door, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Among those who say they have not participated in the census, 40% say they would not be willing to talk to a census worker who came to the door; 59% say they would be at least somewhat willing. (PEW)

July 29, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-22  A look at the Americans who believe there is some truth to the conspiracy theory that COVID-19 was planned (Click for Details)

(USA) Most Americans (71%) have heard of a conspiracy theory circulating widely online that alleges that powerful people intentionally planned the coronavirus outbreak. And a quarter of U.S. adults see at least some truth in it – including 5% who say it is definitely true and 20% who say it is probably true, according to a June Pew Research Center survey. The share of Americans who see at least some truth to the theory differs by demographics and partisanship. (PEW)

July 24, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-23  Most Americans Say Policing Needs 'Major Changes' (Click for Details)

(USA) In the wake of widespread protests sparked by the May 25 killing of George Floyd, a majority of Americans (58%) say major changes are needed to make policing better. An additional 36% say minor changes are needed, while 6% say no changes are needed. There are substantial differences by demographic groups. Almost nine in 10 Black Americans (88%) say major changes are needed, compared with 63% of Hispanic Americans and 51% of White Americans. (Gallup USA)

July 22, 2020

4.12 Society » Crime

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648-649-24  K-12 Teachers Worried About COVID-19 on the Job (Click for Details)

(USA) As school districts around the country begin to announce their plans for educating students this fall, a broad majority of U.S. schoolteachers say they are worried about being exposed to the coronavirus while working. Three-quarters of kindergarten through high school teachers say they are "very" (57%) or "moderately" (18%) concerned about COVID-19 exposure at their workplace. This compares with half of all other workers who are either very (21%) or moderately worried (29%). (Gallup USA)

July 22, 2020

4.10 Society » Education

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648-649-25  U.S. COVID-19 Outlook Deteriorates as Infections Spike (Click for Details)

(USA) As COVID-19 infections continue to rise sharply in the U.S., so too has Americans' pessimism about the trajectory of the coronavirus situation. Americans' view that the situation is getting worse has more than doubled to 73%, the highest Gallup has recorded since it began tracking these views in early April. This rise in pessimism comes six weeks after hitting a low of 31%. In Gallup's July 13-19 survey, 73% of Americans said the coronavirus situation is getting worse and 55% believe it is getting a lot worse. Both are the highest recorded measures since trending began in April. (Gallup USA)

July 24, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-26  Two in Three Americans Support Racial Justice Protests (Click for Details)

(USA) About two in three Americans (65%) support the nationwide protests about racial injustice that followed the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police in late May. Half say they feel "very" (23%) or "somewhat connected" (27%) to the protests' cause. Black Americans, young adults and Democrats are among the most likely groups to support and feel connected to the protests. (Gallup USA)

July 28, 2020

4.3 Society » Ethnicity

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*      AUSTRALASIA

648-649-27  Melbourne enters “Lockdown 2.0” but movement in the CBD higher than during initial stages of first lockdown (Click for Details)

(Australia) Roy Morgan has partnered with leading technology innovator UberMedia to aggregate data from tens of thousands of mobile devices to assess the movements of Australians as we deal with the restrictions imposed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The interactive dashboard below tracks the movement data for those visiting the Melbourne CBD during 2020 excluding the residents who normally live there. Movement data from a number of key locations around Melbourne, and Sydney, is also available to view by using the interactive dashboard on the website. (Roy Morgan)

July 28, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-28  Satisfaction of Australia’s banks improves amid COVID-19 (Click for Details)

(Australia) In May, customer satisfaction with Australia’s banks was at 79.5%, up 0.2% points on April, and up 1.1% points from a year ago in May 2019. The biggest improvement in customer satisfaction over the last year was from Australia’s four major banks, with satisfaction up 1.4% points to 77.2% in May. Commonwealth Bank has the highest satisfaction of the four majors in May closely followed by NAB, ANZ and Westpac in fourth. (Roy Morgan)

July 21, 2020

3.2 Economy » Consumer Confidence/Protection

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*      MULTICOUNTRY STUDIES

648-649-29 A major YouGov study of citizens in 13 member countries looks at attitudes to the EU (Click for Details)

https://d18lkz4dllo6v2.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/entry/31167/YouGov%20what%20should%20the%20eu%20be-01.jpg?pw=1200 In April of this year YouGov conducted a major international survey for the European University Institute’s European Governance and Politics Programme. We surveyed more than 21,000 people across 14 European countries: Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. With the exception of the UK, all of these countries are EU member states. (YouGov)

August 04, 2020

2.8 Foreign Affairs & Security » International / Regional Organizations

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648-649-30  Most European travellers would rather cancel their holiday than go into quarantine (Click for Details)

 British holidaymakers were caught by surprise two weeks ago when it was announced that Britons holidaying in Spain will need to quarantine for two weeks on their return. With the travel industry already reeling, new YouGov Eurotrack polling conducted in Britain, Germany, France, Denmark and Sweden uncovers the impact COVID-19 restrictions have on people’s holiday plans. The results shown are as a % of people in each country who ever travel abroad – i.e. those who the travel industry might consider to be their customer base. (YouGov)

August 04, 2020

4.11 Society » Health

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648-649-31  U.S. Leadership Remains Unpopular Worldwide (Click for Details)

https://content.gallup.com/origin/gallupinc/GallupSpaces/Production/Cms/POLL/gtxzfw70pe-qwym4ghnivw.jpg In the third year of Donald Trump's presidency, a new Gallup report shows that despite marginal gains, the image of U.S. leadership started the new decade in a weaker position globally than at most points under the past two presidents. After tumbling to a record-low 30% during the first year of Trump's presidency, the image of U.S. leadership was not much better in the third year of his term. The median global approval rating for U.S. leadership across 135 countries and areas edged up to 33% in 2019. This rating is slightly higher than the previous low under Trump, but it is still one percentage point lower than the previous low of 34% under former President George W. Bush in 2008. (Gallup USA)

July 27, 2020

2.6 Foreign Affairs & Security » US image

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TOPIC OF THE WEEK:

One in five Britons have given to charity in the last three months   

uThis page is devoted to opinions of countries whose polling activity is generally not known very widely or where a recent topical issue requires special attention.

 One in five Britons have given to charity in the last three months  

 We use YouGov Profiles to look at the kind of people who have been donating money in these straitened times

Despite the coronavirus crisis tightening many purse strings across the country, one in five Britons have donated to a charity in the past three months, according to data from YouGov Profiles.

UK1https://cached.imagescaler.hbpl.co.uk/resize/scaleWidth/1180/cached.offlinehbpl.hbpl.co.uk/news/NST/generalPublic.jpgDonors are especially likely to be older people, with 48% being aged 55 and above (compared to 38% of all Britons being this age. They are also more likely to be female (54%) than male (46%).

These donors were more likely to have given money as an ad hoc event (51%) than as part of a regular donation schedule (43%). One in nine (11%) gave ad hoc donations as well as having structured contributions.

Donors’ personal income levels are largely identical to those of the population as a whole. Approaching half of donors (46%) have between £1 and £499 a month in disposable income, compared to 42% of all Britons.

Charity-givers are most likely to have been donating money to health/medicine charities (30%) and animal charities (27%). A further one in five (20%) donate to children and youth charities.

In terms of noticeable attitudinal differences, donors are more likely to agree with the statements “I make an effort to support local business” (75%, compared to 67% of the general population) and “I try to buy products made in my home country (64% vs 56% of all Britons).

(YouGov)

July 30, 2020

Source: https://yougov.co.uk/topics/consumer/articles-reports/2020/07/30/one-five-britons-have-given-charity-last-three-mon

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INNOVATIONS IN METHODOLOGY:

u This Section includes significant reports on different methods used by polling organizations.

Millions of Americans Are About to Lose Their Homes, According to a Census Bureau survey

Measuring Household Experiences during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

What is the Household Pulse Survey?

The U.S. Census Bureau, in collaboration with five federal agencies, is in a unique position to produce data on the social and economic effects of COVID-19 on American households.

The Household Pulse Survey is designed to deploy quickly and efficiently, collecting data to measure household experiences during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Data will be disseminated in near real-time to inform federal and state response and recovery planning.

What information will the Household Pulse Survey collect?

The Household Pulse Survey will ask individuals about their experiences in terms of employment status, spending patterns, food security, housing, physical and mental health, access to health care, and educational disruption.

The questionnaire is a result of collaboration between the U.S. Census Bureau and the USDA Economic Research Service (ERS), the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

The data collected will enable the Census Bureau to produce statistics at a state level and for the 15 largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).  The survey also is designed to be longitudinal:  data will provide insights with regard to how household experiences changed during the pandemic.

When will Data be Made Available from the Household Pulse Survey?

Data collection for the Household Pulse Survey began on April 23, 2020.  The Census Bureau will collect data for 90 days, and release data on a weekly basis.  (For the first release, the Census Bureau anticipates it will take two weeks after the first week of data collection to prepare and weight the data; subsequent releases will then be made on a weekly basis.)

How is the Household Pulse Survey Different from Other Surveys Conducted by the Census Bureau?

The Census Bureau and its federal statistical partners are considered the preeminent source of the nation's most important benchmark surveys.  Many of these surveys have been ongoing for more than 80 years and provide valuable insight on social and economic trends. 

The production of these benchmark surveys is by nature a highly deliberative process.  While efforts are underway to introduce COVID-19 questions into these surveys, that process can take months, sometimes years, before data are made available.  

The approach for the Household Pulse Survey is different:  It is designed to be a short-turnaround instrument that will provide valuable data to aid in the post-pandemic recovery. The Census Bureau is fielding the Household Pulse Survey as a demonstration project that is part of the Experimental Data Product series. 

 (United States Census Bureau)

July 02, 2020

Source: https://www.census.gov/householdpulsedata

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