New Hampshire residents' concern about contracting COVID-19 has increased slightly since June. Trust in science agencies, like the CDC, as a source of information on the virus continues to erode. Granite Staters still express high levels of confidence in the state government’s ability to respond to the pandemic but are dubious of the federal government’s ability to do the same. Residents are slightly more comfortable participating in public activities than in July. Stark partisan differences endure over concerns about contracting COVID-19, trust in science agencies, and comfort with engaging in public activities.
Granite State Poll
UNH Survey Center, "Concern Over Contracting COVID-19 Increases Slightly in NH; Trust in Science Agencies Declines 9/8/2020" (2020). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 609.