The events of 2020 catalyzed a change in how people think about issues of community, equity, health, and wellness at work. On their path to a new way of life, people need easy access to data for a common understanding of what the future holds for themselves, their companies, and the economy. The data visualizations below reflect survey results from a series of Momentive polls collected weekly representing more than 2 million people across the US.
In late June 2021, Momentive conducted a public opinion survey of 6,725 workers across the US to gather their impressions of D.E.I. initiatives within a company driving company success, disaggregated by a series of demographics including age, race, gender, job level, education, and other categories. What emerged in the results highlight a D.E.I. disconnect - the gaps in perceptions of D.E.I. and of workers’ impressions of the value of D.E.I. initiatives to their business and the experiences of employees across different demographics.Explore the viz
As coronavirus cases surge with the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, differences in vaccination rates emerge between different population sub-groups. This dashboard from Momentive, Boston Children’s Hospital and Outbreaks Near Me visualizes the gaps by party affiliation, age, gender, income, party affiliation and race.Explore the viz
This data viz shows the prevalence of mask wearing in different scenarios: while grocery shopping, while exercising outside, while visiting with family and friends, and while working at the workplace. See what behaviors have changed over time as vaccinations have rolled out and restrictions lifted.Explore the viz
Depending on a variety of factors ranging from geography, age, education, gender, race and income, people have different opinions about what aspect of public life should be open in their community.Explore the viz
As we enter into a "new normal", how worried are people about the impact of COVID-19 on personal finances and the economy? How does this break down by party affiliation, race, education, gender and age?Explore the viz