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Understanding American Public Support for COVID-19 Risk Mitigation: The Role of Political Orientation, Socio-Demographic characteristics, Personal Concern, and Experience, the United States, 2020
International Journal of Public Health
Objectives: COVID-19 is the most challenging public health crisis in decades in the United States. It is imperative to enforce social distancing rules before any safe and effective vaccines are widely available. Policies without public support are destined to fail. This study aims to reveal factors that determine the American public support for six mitigation measures (e.g., cancel gatherings, close schools, restrict non-essential travel).Methods: Based on a nationally representative survey,doi:10.3389/ijph.2021.1604037 doaj:7101c774b95549c980c274ef982b2e18 fatcat:mlkhmrjo6nbnhc2qmz5azc3pkm