Prof. Brooks publishes article "The COVID-19 Responses of Men vs. Women"

Data collected via the Gallup Panel as part of its COVID-19 tracking poll reveal that throughout the pandemic, women have expressed more concern than men about contracting the virus. They also have shown a greater propensity to take protective measures against infection. Partisan differences have been paramount in U.S. adults' attitudes and behaviors related to COVID-19; however, the observed gender differences are greater than what we might expect on the basis of partisanship alone. Read more here.