After vaccines became available, a partisan gap in deaths emerged

Posted on AllSides October 3rd, 2022
From The Left
Craig Hudson for The Washington Post

There are times when correlation really seems as though it is obviously representative of correlation. Some set of data lines up so neatly that it’s hard to escape reaching an obvious conclusion. This can be dangerous, certainly, but usually it’s simply because the data are causally related. A plus B seems to equal C because it does.

An example of this is the overlap of covid-19 deaths since 2020 and partisanship. Last month, I reviewed the evolution of the pandemic, assessing where fatality from the virus was sharpest. Even in the era of omicron...

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