Widespread worry persists among Americans about possible virus infection
A new AP-NORC poll finds about 8 in 10 Americans are at least somewhat worried that they or a relative will contract COVID-19, up from about 7 in 10 in June. Democrats are especially likely to worry about the virus.
Results based on interviews with 1,057 U.S. adults conducted July 16–20. The margin of error is ±4.3 percentage points for the full sample.