COVID-19 has dramatically shifted the world, and applying lessons learned during the pandemic will be critical as we not only rebuild our economy but make it more equitable, too. In response to the pandemic, SPI administered the Socioeconomic Impacts of COVID-19 survey in both the United States and Israel. Multiple waves of each survey were administered between Spring 2020 and Spring 2021.
SPI released a series of reports from the U.S. survey highlighting the impact of COVID-19 on housing, employment, and children and families, plus an assessment of public benefits.
Survey in the United States
The Socioeconomic Impacts of COVID-19 Survey in the U.S. consists of five waves and was designed to study the social and economic impacts of the pandemic. The survey was administered with oversight from an advisory committee with representation and experts from the field.
Survey in Israel
A survey was fielded in Israel to examine the socioeconomic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey collects data on approximately 2,300 respondents in each wave and consists of both a cross-sectional and a panel component, allowing researchers to analyze robust samples of households in each wave and track outcomes within households over time.
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