National Pandemic Pulse (N-PP)
National Pandemic Pulse is a series of comprehensive, repeat surveys that are deployed across a representative U.S. population to primarily measure disparities and inequities in the experience and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. For information about the larger Pandemic Pulse project, please click here.
So far, there have been three rounds of N-PP: Round 1 in September 2020, Round 2 in December 2020, Round 3 in May-June 2021, and Round 4 in November 2021. The questionnaire gauges different aspects of population response to the pandemic - ranging from adherence to anxiety, access to testing and care, vaccine perceptions, food insecurity, among others.
On this page, you will find information regarding study methodology and data collection tools used, webinars, policy guidance briefs, publications, as well as interactive dashboards to explore the N-PP data.