CDC: White men still aren't washing their hands

Article here. Excerpt:

'Americans are washing their hands much more than they did before the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The groups less likely to adhere to that guidance were white people, men and people between the ages of 18 and 24, making young white men the picture of handwashing recalcitrance.

White men, including President Trump, have also led the resistance to mask wearing.
The CDC called for new communications efforts “tailored to resonate with men, young adults, and White adults.”'

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The data used for this report was derived from the public relations firm, Porter Novelli. It was based on self reported behaviours and doesn't appear to have taken into account the circumstances of the respondents (i.e. employment, occupation), the availability of hand washing facilities etc. Nor does the report exlain how it arrived at the conclusion that maleness and whiteness were plausible cultural factors impacting handwashing (the feminist leap of misandry).

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