In the early months of the pandemic, JFI researchers fielded a nationally representative survey investigating how the public health and economic impacts of COVID-19 had begun to influence Americans’ attitudes towards government policy. Was this extraordinary crisis opening space for novel policy ideas to take root? Had the ambitious federal response shifted long-held views on government intervention in the economy? On cash relief?
The first brief, Opportunity in Crisis: COVID-19 and Preferences for Social Policy, is available now.
From the series:
Messaging Guaranteed Income