49 Percent of Americans Ages 30-44 Felt Hopeful at the End of 2020, the Lowest Percentage of Any Age Group
Study: In pandemic era, older adults isolated but resilient
NORC at the University of Chicago’s Statement Regarding January 6th Events at the U.S. Capitol
Warnock Defeats Loeffler in Georgia Runoff, Bringing Democrats Closer to Senate Control
Julián Castro expects "good, healthy" turnout of Latino voters in Georgia
41 Percent of People Older than 60 Said COVID Made Them More Likely to Get a Flu Shot
1 in 3 Americans Plan to Spend Less this Holiday Season
Debra Coaxum Joins NORC at the University of Chicago as Vice President of Economics, Justice, and Society
More Than a Third of Americans Still Do Not Plan to Get a Flu Shot This Season
New Analysis: Employers Stand to Save an Average of $8,500 for Supporting Each Employee in Recovery from a Substance Use Disorder
69 Percent of White Protestant or other Christian Voters Want to Repeal the Affordable Care Act Entirely or in Part
NORC Expands List of Blood Pressure Measurement Devices Validated for Clinical Accuracy
Research Finds that Appalachia’s Diseases of Despair Mortality Rates Continue to be Higher than the Rest of Nation
Resolving the Pre-K Paradox: New Research Details How Chicago Filled its Preschool Classrooms with the City’s Neediest Kids
New Survey Finds that Place-based Initiatives are Building Six Types of Collective Capacity to Create Healthier, More Equitable Communities
NORC Collaborates with The Associated Press on AP VoteCast in the U.S. 2020 General Election
Stay inside this Halloween with your household, doctors say
Half as Many Households Plan to Trick-or-Treat This Halloween
These Americans Tried to Listen to One Another. A Year Later, Here’s How They’re Voting.
Chicago has a goal of preschool for every child. Will COVID-19 set that effort back?
Enrollment tripled in school-based full-day pre-k among Black students and students living in lowest-income neighborhoods after policy changes in Chicago
New Research Insights for Brighter Future for Children in Cocoa
Expansion of Pre-K Options in Chicago Led to Jump in Black Student Enrollment: Study
Who's Going To Pay To End Child Labour In West African Cocoa?
Chocolate industry slammed for failure to crack down on child labour