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The media reports listed below have been written about and/or using data collected in the Understanding America Study. (For authors: if your publication is not listed here yet please contact us at uas-l@mymaillists.usc.edu).

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Is Ideology Bad For Health? Why Political Partisanship Should Be Asked On Population Health Surveys - Health Affairs, January 19 ; Ashley Fox, Yongjin Choi and Wenhui Feng
To reduce COVID-19 risk, individual distancing makes a difference - Medical Xpress, January 24 ; Beth Newcomb
Low parent interest in COVID-recovery interventions should worry educators and policymakers alike - Brookings Brown Center Chalkboard, August 16, 2022 ; Dan Silver, Anna Saavedra, and Morgan Polikoff
The better you are at math, the more money seems to influence your satisfaction - Yahoo News, January 20 ; Ellen Peters and Pär Bjälkebring
Study finds vaccine improves mental health - Daily Trojan, January 24 ; Ignacio Ventura-Maqueda Jr.
Latest COVID Surge Pushes Parents to Next-Level Stress - Scientific American, January 19 ; Melinda Wenner Moyer
The Bogus Claim That School Closures Will Doom Democrats - The New Republic, January 25 ; Rachel Cohen
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Study: December Saw $14B in Missed Mortgage Payments - Banker & Tradesman, February 9
Anti-asian-discrimination - Inside Higher Ed: Academic Minute,
COVID's lessons on inequality - USC Dornsife, May 27
Getting First Dose of a COVID-19 Vaccine Improves Mental Health - Medscape, September 9 ; Linda Carroll
Parents Not So Thrilled About Most K-12 COVID Recovery Plans - Yahoo News, June 13 ; Anna Rosefsky Saavedra and Morgan Polikoff
Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 found to improve mental health - Medical Xpress, September 9 ; Bob Yirka
End of pandemic aid affects renters more than mortgage borrowers - National Mortgage News, December 7 ; Brad Finkelstein
Back to school, post-pandemic: What might it look like? - The Hill, August 2 ; Bruno V. Manno
New Study Finds Yet Another Health Benefit Of The Covid Vaccine - Huffington Post, September 9 ; Catherine Pearson
Study: Half of adults not wearing masks during close contact with others - Los Angeles Daily News, January 21 ; City News Service
COVID-19 'fatigue' is a real thing — and not a good one, say USC researchers - Los Angeles Daily News, January 26 ; City News Service
USC: 80% of Adults Had Serious Hardships During Pandemic - KFI AM, May 20 ; City News Service
80% of adults had serious hardships during pandemic, according to USC study - The Orange County Register, May 21 ; City News Service
80% of adults had serious hardships during pandemic, according to USC study - Pasadena Star News, May 21 ; City News Service
80% of adults had serious hardships during pandemic, according to USC study - Redlands Daily Facts, May 21 ; City News Service
80% of adults had serious hardships during pandemic, according to USC study - San Gabriel Valley Tribune, May 21 ; City News Service
Many Americans Tend To Ditch Masks While Socializing, According To New Study - Talking Points Memo, January 22 ; Cristina Cabrera |
Want less pandemic stress? Consider getting vaccinated - Phys.org, September 9 ; Darrin S. Joy
A Vaccine Road Trip - New York Times, January 21 ; David Leonhardt
10 Percent of L.A. County Residents Are Plotting a Move Elsewhere - Los Angeles Magazine, June 3 ; Ian Spiegelman
In-Depth: The psychology of COVID-19 non-compliance - ABC10 News, February 3 ; Jared Aarons
Education is now a bigger factor than race in desire for COVID-19 vaccine - MedicalXpress, February 26 ; Jenesse Miller
Measuring the financial health of Americans - Brookings Series on Financial Markets and Regulation, May 18 ; Jennifer Tescher and David Silberman
Mothers struggle to return to work as California reopens - The Mercury News, July 6 ; Jesse Bedayn
Mothers struggle to return to work as California reopens - Cal Matters, July 7 ; Jesse Bedayn
Pandemic triggers gender recession: Women accounted for every American job loss last month - ABC WJLA, January 14 ; Joce Sterman, Alex Brauer and Andrea Nejman
What’s at Stake in the Fight Over Reopening Schools - The New Yorker, February 9 ; Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
For Bay Area moms, back to school is not back to normal - East Bay Times, April 5 ; Laurence Du Sault
Fewer stayed home, more wore masks as pandemic wore on - CIDRAP, January 25 ; Mary Van Beusekom
Corporate media and both big business parties press to reopen schools in California - World Socialist Web Site, February 23 ; Melody Isley
Everyone Was Wrong on the Pandemic’s Societal Impact - Foreign Policy, March 18 ; Michael Varnum, Cendri Hutcherson and Igor Grossmann
New Study Finds Yet Another Health Benefit Of The COVID Vaccine - True Viral News, September 9 ; Mike Letterman
More Angelenos Want To Leave LA - LAIST, June 2 ; Monica Bushman
More Angelenos Look To Move Away, USC Survey Finds - Patch.com, June 3 ; Paige Austin
Schools in more affluent areas move faster to reopen than those in low-income communities  - Los Angeles Times, February 11 ; Paloma Esquivel, Melissa Gomez and Howard Blume
Q&A: U-M researcher says Black businesses shorted in first PPP loans - Bridge Michigan, January 19 ; Paula Gardner
Family Caregivers Feel the Pandemic’s Weight - New York Times, May 21 ; Paula Span
Education Level Now Prime Driver of COVID Vaccine Hesitancy: Poll  - HealthDay, February 26 ; Robert Preidt
LOS ANGELES: Tres de cada 10 residentes del condado no usan mascarillas protectoras cuando debían - Excelsior California, January 22 ; SERVICIOS DE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS GROUP
Half of Americans Still Not Wearing Masks When Out in Public: Poll - HealthDay, January 21 ; Steven Reinberg
Rhode Island Kept Its Schools Open. This Is What Happened. - New York Times, February 10 ; Susan Dominus
Why America’s white evangelicals shy away from covid jabs - The Economist, April 17 ; Tamara Borr
More non-white than white parents prefer remote learning for their children - The Economist, March 14 ; Tamara Gilkes Borr
Mask-wearing up, but public forgoes other COVID-19 mitigations  - American Medical Association, February 5 ; Tanya Albert Henry
Climate change challenge: Scientists' terminology is confounding the public - Phys.org, August 26 ; University of Southern California
Más de la mitad de los angelinos usa máscara para evitar el covid - LA Opinion, January 21 ; Virginia Gaglianone
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Biden Widens Lead in National Poll - Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe, October 12
Black, Latino and Asian Americans say they - Today.com, July 21 ; A. Pawlowski
Woman says she was fired because her children disrupted her work calls - New Zealand Herald, July 9 ; Allyson Waller
5th national poll shows voters trust Biden more than Trump on climate - The American Independent, September 24 ; Amy Lieu
USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll Predicts Voting Trends - USC Annenberg Media, September 28 ; Ana Mata, Max Thors, Emily Chung, and Noah Somphone
Coronavirus changes life in OC from hoarding to helping - Patch.com, March 14 ; Ashley Ludwig
Responses to Better Polling Questions Indicate a Trump Victory on Tuesday - The New American, November 1 ; Bob Adelmann
Taking the measure of mental health in a pandemic - Medical XPress, August 28 ; Caitlin Hoffman
How many people really wear masks? We counted. It wasn’t pretty - Los Angeles Times, August 19 ; Casey Miller
Millions Missed Housing Payments Last Month - Daily Dose, October 19 ; Christina Hughes Babb
Who Are Your Neighbors Voting For? - American Greatness, October 30 ; Christopher Gage
Survey: Coronavirus Increases Job Loss, Mental Distress, Pessimism - Patriot LA, April 17 ; City News Service
Study: 1.3 Million Jobs Lost In Los Angeles County In One Month  - Patch.com, April 17 ; City News Service
USC survey: Coronavirus leaves more than half of L.A. County unemployed - Antelope Valley Times, April 17 ; City News Service
Most parents satisfied with online education, but some worry, according to USC study  - Los Angeles Daily News, April 30 ; City News Service
LA County worse off financially than average due to coronavirus, says USC study  - Los Angeles Daily News, May 21 ; City News Service
LA County worse off financially than average due to coronavirus, says USC study - San Gabriel Valley Tribune, May 21 ; City News Service
LA County worse off financially than average due to coronavirus, says USC study - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, May 21 ; City News Service
LA County worse off financially than average due to coronavirus, says USC study - Whittier Daily News, May 21 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Daily Breeze, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - San Gabriel Valley Tribune, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Press-Telegram, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Los Angeles Daily News, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Pasadena Star-News, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - MyNewsLA.com, June 18 ; City News Service
Survey: Women suffered more job losses during coronavirus pandemic - Whittier Daily News, June 18 ; City News Service
Coronavirus Linked To Lasting Bias Against Asians: USC Study - Patch.com, July 7 ; City News Service
USC Poll: Biden Leads Trump 54% to 41% Following Debate, COVID - MyNewsLA.com, October 14 ; City News Service
USC Dornsife Poll Sees Biden Advantage in Popular Vote - The Patriot, November 2 ; City News Service
Estudio: Pandemia afecta a mujeres en mayor grado que a los hombres - Telemundo 52, December 16 ; City News Service
What the USC Daybreak poll got right and wrong about 2020 election predictions - MarketPlace, November 19 ; David Brancaccio and Daniel Shin
Decision 2020: Trying To Get Polls Right After 2016 Miss - KCBS Radio, September 28 ; Doug Sovern
Race and Government Aid - Jackson Hole Economics, December 28 ; Felix Kabo, Stewart Thornhill and Elizabeth Isele
County Unemployment Rate Jumps to 6.3% in March - Los Angeles Business Journal, April 17 ; Howard Tine
USC poll: Biden leads on everything but jobs and the economy - USC News, September 16 ; Jenesse Miller
Health care and COVID-19 top voter concerns as 2020 election begins - USC Dornsife, October 22 ; Jenesse Miller
Americans are changing behavior and anticipating the fallout of COVID-19 - Medical XPress, March 16 ; Jenesse Miller and Julie Labich
Even concerned consumers don't know which food choices have the lowest climate impact - Yahoo News, March 10 ; Joel Millward-Hopkins, Astrid Kause and Wandi Bruine de Bruin
Weekly Coronavirus Cases Hold Steady in Santa Monica - Santa Monica LOOKOUT, July 6 ; Jorge Casuco
Gym helps 91-year-old battle isolation - The Oklahoman, July 7 ; Kaiser Health News
As COVID-19 vaccines come online, fewer Americans want to take them - Los Angeles Times, December 31 ; Karen Kaplan
How School Choice Is About Marriage and Family, Not Just 'the 3 Rs' - The Daily Signal, October 15 ; Lindsey Burke and W. Bradford Wilcox
Survey: COVID vaccine willingness waned since April - CIDRAP, December 30 ; Mary Van Beusekom
What kind of school will help your kids to be happily married?  - Mercator Net, September 17 ; Michael Cook
Over 6 Million U.S. Renters, Owners Missed Housing Payments in September - World Property Journal, October 16 ; Michael Gerrity
Study: The COVID-19 (News) Medium Was the Message - MedPage Today, October 8 ; Molly Walker
OPINION: The truth about returning to school? There’s no easy answer - The Hechinger Report, November 12 ; Morgan Polikoff
Coronavirus: Poll shows how Americans are changing behavior - The Mercury News, March 13 ; Paul Rogers
Are Masks Gaining Acceptance Across the Political Spectrum? - Medium.com, June 23 ; Robert Britt
Poll Finds Many Americans Heeding Advice on Coronavirus - US News, March 16 ; Robert Preidt
Coronavirus Delivering Big Economic Blow to Women - WebMD, June 25 ; Robert Preidt
Coronavirus Delivering a Big Economic Blow to Women - HealthDay News, June 25 ; Robert Preidt
Reopening L.A. economy improved mental health, but coronavirus fears persist, survey finds  - Los Angeles Times, July 7 ; Rong-Gong Lin II and Colleen Shalby
Reopening L.A. economy improved mental health, but coronavirus fears persist, survey finds - Daily Republic, July 7 ; Rong-Gong Lin II and Colleen Shalby
Young adults who think ‘they are invincible’ increasingly infected by coronavirus, Newsom says  - Los Angeles Times, July 6 ; Rong-Gong Lin II, Colleen Shalby, Sandhya Kambhampati and Iris Lee
COVID-Related Anxiety Has Lessened Since April  - HealthDay, June 4 ; Serena McNiff
Health & Wellness: PPE for Your Mind - The Argonaut, May 6 ; Shanee Edwards
Women disproportionately affected during pandemic, professor finds - Phys.org, June 25 ; University of Arkansas
Election polls are more accurate if they ask participants how others will vote - NiemanLab, November 18 ; Wändi Bruine and Mirta Galesic
Americans disagree on how risky the coronavirus is, but most are changing their behavior anyway - Pasadena Weekly, April 8 ; Wandi Bruine de Bruin Anya Samek and Daniel Bennett
Perceived Discrimination and Mental Distress Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence From the Understanding America Study - DocWire News, August 24 ; Ying Liu, Brian Finch, Savannah G.Brenneke, Kyla Thomas and Phuong Thao D. Le
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Survey Finds Only 29% Americans Financially Healthy - AdvisorNews, November 14 ; GlobeNewswire
New Study Highlights Healthcare And Plan Priorities For Consumers  - PR Newswire, December 5 ; Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
Digging into the support for Democratic candidates in the latest USC/Times poll  - Los Angeles Times, September 13 ; Chris Keller and David Lauter
People that are good at these two things earn $94,000 more a year - Ladders.com, September 12 ; CW Headley
On tax day, most Americans don’t feel new law made them better off - Los Angeles Times, April 15 ; David Lauter
Trump has remade the Republican Party, but at a price  - Los Angeles Times, August 22 ; David Lauter
Poll: Democratic voters want a Medicare-like program, gun restrictions - USC Dornsife, September 11 ; Emily Gersema
Good at math? It means little if you’re not confident - Ohio State News, September 9 ; Jeff Grabmeier
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Polls point to Democratic takeover of the House, but here - Los Angeles Times, November 5 ; David Lauter
Most Americans are not financially healthy despite booming economy, survey finds - Los Angeles Times, November 1 ; James Rufus Koren
Dornsife and LA Times release 2018 poll results - Daily Trojan, January 21 ; Noah Peterson
New poll finds a volatile race for second place in California governor - Los Angeles Times, May 22 ; Phil Willon and Seema Mehta
Poll finds Newsom has a commanding lead over Cox in California governor - Los Angeles Times, June 19 ; Seema Mehta and Phil Willon
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