Methodology

N-PP's sample has been selected to be representative of the population by age, race, gender, education, and income for each U.S. Census region. The survey has specifically recruited Black/African American and Hispanic/Latino populations to analyze the disproportionate effects of COVID-19 by race and ethnicity. 

ROUND 1 (September 2020)

N-PP conducted a nationwide survey of 1,592 respondents between September 1-7, 2020. 

Round 1 of N-PP covered nine modules: demographics, risk behavior perceptions, testing cascade (intent, access to, and timing of test results), vaccine and treatment attitudes and perceptions, myths and misinformation, stigma and agency, school re-openings, antenatal care/pregnancy health, and impact on college/university education. 

The N-PP team presented findings from Round 1 in a webinar with the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health. Check it out here

ROUND 2 (December 2020)

Round 2 of N-PP was implemented amongst 8,481 respondents between December 15-23, 2020.

 

Round 2 covered ten modules, including modules covered in Round 1: demographics, risk perceptions, trust in science, pandemic anger, antenatal care/pregnancy health, testing cascade (intent, access to, and timing of test results), vaccine attitudes and perceptions, economic distress, mental health, and food insecurity. 

The N-PP team presented findings from Round 2 in a webinar with the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 here. 

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