Americans are split on how the U.S. is handling the coronavirus outbreak compared with other countries, a conducted last week finds.
Thirty-one percent say the U.S. is doing better than most other countries, 29% that it’s doing about the same and 28% that it’s doing worse. An additional 12% aren’t sure.
Nearly half say the U.S. has been more successful than Italy, which . Just 20% think the U.S. has done better than South Korea, which implemented .
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