Science & Politics

Distrust of Science Is Not Partisan

But the reasons why differ — and that matters

Whether two things are related is not always apparent at first glance. Photos: (L) elephant by Wolfgang Hasselmann on Unsplash | (C) elephant shrew by Yathin sk on WikiMedia Commons | (R) shrew by Sjonge at WikiMedia Commons

If I wouldn’t have taken the vaccine before Biden took office, aren’t I just as guilty of politicizing COVID as conservatives? In a word, no.

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