Survey Reveals Racial, Political Differences in COVID-19 Responses
America's stark racial disparities in health care have been exposed by COVID-19, but a new study from Michigan State University suggests that Black individuals are more likely than conservative White people to adhere to public health standards due to disparities.
The study, published in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, used data from MSU's State of the State Survey that was captured during the initial COVID-19 outbreak from a representative group of 800 adults in Michigan.
"Our findings suggest that although COVID impacts all Michiganders, reactions to COVID are politicized. This is significant because ...