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Public mistrust, partisanship and public health

Quianta Moore | Christopher F. Kulesza

Public mistrust, partisanship and public health.

Ten months after the pandemic began, partisan division is severely inhibiting the United States’ COVID-19 response. The health consequences of the continued political divide could not be clearer, as the pandemic has grown beyond many experts’ worst predictions. Read more at the Baker Institute Blog.