Survey finds views on trust in government, connection between race and health not shifting
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Feb 10, 2021 8:18 AM CDT
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(CBS 58) – An ongoing study on the attitudes of health, equity and race finds people’s views on trust in government and the connection between race and heath are not shifting meaning their beliefs are deep-rooted.
It also found that 70 percent of respondents see the COVID-19 pandemic as a moment for change to ensure access to healthcare for all.
The survey is being conducted by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. CBS 58 spoke with Brian Quinn, the foundation’s associate vice president for research-evaluation-learning.
The entire survey can be found here.