A Year of Crisis: How COVID-19 Upended the Election’s Focus on Health Care Policy—Or Did It?

Health Reform

In this October 2020 post for The JAMA Health Forum, Ashley Kirzinger and Mollyann Brodie examine how the COVID-19 pandemic and other crises shook up the mix of issues voters care about without changing the 2020 presidential race’s core dynamic as a referendum on President Trump’s first term in office.

Other contributions to The JAMA Forum are also available.

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