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Mobility and Elite Cues: Partisan Responses to Covid-19
Scholars have long demonstrated the power of partisan cues on the public's political views, but it is unclear to what extent this power spills over to non-political spheres. We test whether elite cues on Covid-19 influence social distancing behavior amid overwhelming information about the health risks. We start by confirming that counties which voted for Trump in 2016 were less likely to shelter in place than counties which supported Clinton. Using Trump's skepticism about the severity of thedoi:10.33774/apsa-2020-76tv9 fatcat:xqolpwsdzzas3d5z2seawnbfxu