This page contains results for the state of Montana from the Western States Coronavirus Survey, conducted by Montana State University-Bozeman and the University of Denver in April 2020.

Release #2 (May 5, 2020, 4:00pm):  The first link is to a report that considers results on politics and policies as they relate to the coronavirus in all four states (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, and Utah), including an executive summary and methods information. The second link is to a set of results (weighted frequencies and marginal percentages) related to politics and policies for the state of Montana.

Four-state report on politics and policies

Montana-specific results related to politics and policies

 

Release #1 (May 5, 2020, 9:00am):  The first link is to a report that considers results on public health and economic impacts for all four states (Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, and Utah), including an executive summary and methods information. The second link is to a set of results (weighted frequencies and marginal percentages) related to public health and economic impacts for the state of Montana.

Four-state report on public health and economic impacts

Montana-specific results related to public health and economic impacts