Who Wears Masks in America

New data from GALLUP shows some good and bad news. The good news is that most Americans say they wear masks, with close to 90% saying they wore a mask in the past week. The bad news is that regular mask wearing is not especially consistent. GALLUP reports:

While majorities of women (54%), Democrats (61%), Northeasterners (54%), and those with annual household incomes under $36,000 (51%) say they always use masks outside their homes, their counterparts do so less often. Still, with just one exception, majorities in each of these subgroups — as well as education and age groups — say…




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