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People in these countries think their government did a good job of dealing with the pandemic

Almost 60% of people think greater international cooperation would have reduced the number of cases in their own country. Image: REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Johnny Wood

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With the exception of the UK and the US, countries believed they handled the pandemic well. Image: Pew Research Center
Americans stand out in their belief that they're more divided as a result of the pandemic. Image: Pew Research Center
Prevailing view that more international cooperation would have reduced coronavirus cases. Image: Pew Research Center
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