HBSAP Exclusive: What Pittsburghers are Thinking about the COVID-19 Pandemic
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About the Event
Campos recently completed a survey that looks at Pittsburghers’ emotions, concerns, and opinions about the way the crisis has upended daily life and work, their views of leaders and institutions, and other impacts. The results show how the dramatic reshuffling of daily life varies among different groups—such as millennials or independent voters—and among those with different incomes, education levels, or levels of concern.
There is immense worry, staggering job loses, loss of productivity among those still working, high regard for medical researchers and the governor, low approval of the president and Congress, and more. We are all operating in a world with which we have no prior experience, so it's an important moment to try to deeply understand what people are thinking and feeling with regards to this crisis.
Tune in on Zoom on April 29 session (5:00pm to 6:00pm) to see the results and hear directly from Campos President and Lead Strategist Kate Murphy and Vice President of Research Services Mike Dufault. By registering, you will receive a link to the video Zoom session which you will then click on at the time of the event to join in. If you have not used Zoom before, please contact Bill Slivka at email@example.com. The event is free to alums and their guests.
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