Americans have access to a wide variety of media sources.
But are they all equal in COVID-19 information?
More than 50% of Americans report seeing Coronavirus news more than once a day.
Most people are happy with the amount of COVID-19 news they see, but about 40% think it is too much.
Which news you consume influences how much COVID news you see. Large national outlets and local news papers seem to have the most coverage.
Which news you consume also relates to social distancing behaviors. Individuals who get their news primarily online are much more likely to still be going to places with crowds.
Individuals who get their news primarily online are much more likely to still be going out with friends.