Granite Staters continue to prioritize social distancing over reopening the economy, but zeal for social distancing has waned over the past two months. Nearly all groups prioritize social distancing less than they did in early May, but Democrats and women continue to place greater emphasis on it than Republicans and men. Granite Staters are leaving their homes more frequently than in April or May, but most did not leave their home even once in the previous seven days to go to work or to socialize with those outside their household. Stress related to work and finances also continues to decline, as young people in particular are feeling considerably less stress about their household finances than in early May.
Dartmouth/UNH COVID-19 Survey
UNH Survey Center, "Emphasis on Social Distancing Recedes in NH but Most Still Not Leaving Home to Work or Socialize 6/16/2020" (2020). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 594.