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Rural and Urban Differences in COVID-19 Prevention Behaviors

Description
Examines the influence of political ideology, demographic factors, and COVID-19 experiences on COVID-19-related preventive health behaviors in rural and urban communities, based on a survey of 5,009 adults. Features demographics and statistics on various behaviors and attitudes, with breakdowns by urban and rural location.
Author(s)
Timothy Callaghan, Jennifer A. Lueck, Kristen Lunz Trujillo, Alva O. Ferdinand
Citation
The Journal of Rural Health, 1-9
Date
02/2021
Type
Document
Tagged as
Infectious diseases · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention