COVID-19 has changed almost every aspect of daily life in the greater Sacramento region. The virus has taken tens of thousands of lives, roiled the economy, and plunged the nation into a new physically-distant world.
To find out just how people have been affected, CapRadio and Valley Vision are polling residents to understand and report on the experiences and attitudes of people in the Sacramento region during this pandemic.
The first poll was conducted in May, with a second one in September. A third is planned for early 2021. The public opinion poll is administered by Sacramento State’s Institute for Social Research.
READ THE REPORTS: CapRadio and Valley Vision have released two COVID-19 Resilience Poll reports studying different points in time. See the full report from May here. Read the full report from September here.
KEY TAKEAWAYS: The joint survey suggests residents experience the pandemic differently depending on their racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. See our main findings and data visualizations from May, and our main findings and data visualizations from September.
INSIGHT: We'll discuss what we've learned from the poll and what it means for different communities in the region all week on CapRadio's Insight.
A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING: Why we decided to ask area residents about their experiences around coronavirus, and how we plan to use the data.