Pew Research CenterJune 29, 2020

Three months in, many Americans see exaggeration, conspiracy theories and partisanship in COVID-19 news

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Pew Research CenterJune 5, 2020

Black U.S. adults follow many COVID-19 news topics more closely, discuss the outbreak more frequently

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Pew Research CenterMay 22, 2020

Americans are following news about presidential candidates much less closely than COVID-19 news

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Pew Research CenterMay 20, 2020

Americans who rely most on White House for COVID-19 news more likely to downplay the pandemic

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Pew Research CenterMay 6, 2020

Fewer Americans now say media exaggerated COVID-19 risks, but big partisan gaps persist

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Pew Research CenterApril 22, 2020

Older Americans continue to follow COVID-19 news more closely than younger adults

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Pew Research CenterApril 15, 2020

Early in outbreak, Americans cited claims about risk level and details of coronavirus as made-up news

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Pew Research CenterApril 1, 2020

Cable TV and COVID-19: How Americans perceive the outbreak and view media coverage differ by main news source

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Pew Research CenterMarch 25, 2020

Americans who primarily get news through social media are least likely to follow COVID-19 coverage, most likely to report seeing made-up news

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Pew Research CenterMarch 11, 2020

Black and white Democrats differ in their media diets, assessments of primaries

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