Washington DC, March 11, 2022 – After nearly two years of COVID, Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus tracking data finds that the divisions that permeated American life before the pandemic, namely partisanship and where people get their news, continue to this day, playing into Americans' attitudes, behaviors, and politics around the virus. In particular, a significant driver of opinion is people's news source, with Fox News and conservative outlet readers differing substantially from MSNBC and CNN viewers.
Below is a series of charts outlining how Americans think, feel, and approach the pandemic from March 2020 till now, recapping the divisions and moments of relative unity around the biggest forced behavioral change since World War II.
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