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Tracking Attitudes to COVID-19 Protective Measures

by Morgan Stevens
A sign saying mask is required for entry

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Arizona State University have updated a dataset tracking attitudes towards travel and activities before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. The dataset includes data on 8,723 Americans and consists of respondents’ demographic information, education, work environments, commute, travel and transportation plans, shopping and dining preferences, risk perceptions, testing status, and views on social behaviors after the pandemic. According to the dataset, 21 percent of respondents are not concerned about getting severe health reactions from COVID-19 and believe mitigating measures such as mask mandates are overreactions. 

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