Religious Practice in the Time of Coronavirus
This nationwide poll was conducted April 30-May 4, 2020, using the AmeriSpeak® Panel, the probability-based panel of NORC at the University of Chicago in collaboration with the School of Divinity. Online and telephone interviews using landlines and cell phones were conducted with 1,002 adults. The survey sought to discover how people’s religious practices were changing during the pandemic, their reactions and opinions surrounding restrcitions, and the personal practices individuals had adopted to stay safe during the pandemic. In particular, this survey asked about the prevelance and opinions surrounding drive-through religious services, finding only 9% had attended a drive-through religious service.
- Attribution: UChicago Divinity School/AP-NORC
- Theme/Topic: National Perspectives
- Resource Type: Survey Reports
- Date: 06/01/2021