Americans grew more likely in the past month to consider the coronavirus or COVID-19 to be the nation’s top problem, with the percentage citing it rising from 20% in a May 28-June 4 poll to 30% in July. Still, this remains well below the 45% high in April when most of the country was under shelter-in-place orders to avoid further spread of the disease.

The economy, meanwhile, became less of a top-of-mind concern for Americans, with net economic mentions falling by about half from 19% to 9%…

Most of the recent decline in net economic mentions occurred among Republicans and those who lean Republican — down 13 percentage points to 8%, from 21% in May/June. That compares with a seven-point decline, from 17% to 10%, among Democrats and Democratic-leaners. Mentions of the coronavirus, on the other hand, increased almost exclusively among Democrats, up 14 points to 38%.