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Back in the spring, we explored how citizens in three key nations assessed the reaction of their country to COVID-19 relative to others. Curious to understand if these attitudes have changed over time, we recently rebooted this research.

Between mid-April and the end of July, Canadians have improved their perceptions that their country was “more proactive” in their response than other leading countries. Bucking this trend, those in the UK and particularly, the US, have become more critical with the passing of time.

Explore these global perceptions throughout both time frames below!

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Bess Devenow

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