Religious Identities and the Race Against the Virus (Wave 2)
This June 2021 survey updated and expanded upon an earlier Religion and the Vaccine Survey conducted three months prior (March 2021) by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC). It documents how faith-based approaches supporting vaccine uptake influenced members of key hesitant groups to get vaccinated, as well as which groups pushed the country closer to vaccination goals and which groups still lag behind. Responses are based on a total sample size of 5,851 U.S. adults.
- Attribution: Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI)
- Theme/Topic: National Perspectives
- Resource Type: Survey Reports
- Date: 07/27/2020