To have a broad understanding of consumer comfort-levels in the United States as it relates to COVID-19. An ideal response would include information, data, and/or statistics surrounding consumer comfort levels about eating in restaurants as COVID-19 continues. Things to consider would be whether they have gotten more comfortable since it started, the percentage that are comfortable going to a restaurant currently. Additionally, and separately, to also have information, data, and/or statistics surrounding consumer sentiment about commercials and other marketing that show scenarios that may not reflect the COVID reality that we are facing. (For example, commercials that feature no masks, people less than 6 feet apart, and hugging). Things to consider would be whether consumers feel that it is acceptable to show these types of situations and scenarios, whether consumers are getting tired of seeing COVID situations in marketing, or whether the reality of it preferred. While the focus will be on the United States, it is acceptable to provide global data if US specific is not publicly available.