Oct 27, 2020 1 min, 11 secs

Sixty-eight percent of adults say they know someone who has had the coronavirus since December, while 31 percent say they don't know someone who has been diagnosed with the virus.

Sixty-five percent of adults ages 18 to 34 know someone who had the virus, 71 percent of Americans age 35 to 64 say the same and, in the most at-risk age category, 65 and older, 63 percent say they know someone who had been diagnosed.

Sixty-six percent of Republican and those who lean Republican say they know someone who has been diagnosed, and 72 percent of Democrats and those who lean Democratic say they know someone who has contracted the disease.

Fifty-eight percent of adults who make under $50,000 a year say they know someone who has been diagnosed, and 34 percent say they or someone in their home has been tested in the last month.

Among adults making $50,000 to $99,999, 71 percent say they know someone who has been diagnosed, and 33 percent say they or someone they live with has been tested in the last 30 days.

Similarly, 69 percent of white adults report that they know someone who has been diagnosed, and 34 percent say either they or someone in their home has been tested in the last 30 days.

Sixty-seven percent of Black adults and 67 percent of Hispanic adults say they know someone who has contracted the virus, while 36 percent of Black adults and 36 percent of Hispanics say they or someone in their home has been tested in the past month.


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