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2020 American Life Panel Survey on Impacts of COVID-19

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Published May 29, 2020

by Katherine Grace Carman, Shanthi Nataraj

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This report describes a survey fielded through the RAND American Life Panel (ALP) to assess the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic on individuals and households across a variety of topics. This report provides a technical description of the survey, including a description of the ALP, the objectives of the survey, and information about the fielding of the survey. This report applies to the survey conducted in May 2020; a follow-up survey will be fielded in late summer 2020.

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