Americans’ expectations for how long the disruptions to U.S. life will continue have also shifted, with an increase in the percentage expecting them to last a few more weeks as opposed to a few more months.

For the April 10-12 interviewing period, 48% expect the disruptions to last a few more months, which is down from a peak of 59% in March 30-April 2 interviewing.

Most of that decline has been offset by an increase in the percentage expecting disruptions to last a few more weeks, which has increased by seven points (from 19% to 26%) over the same time period.

Twenty-seven percent currently believe the disruptions will continue longer than a few months, tied for the high in the trend.