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As the US makes its plans to leave the @WHO official, the majority of Americans report believing international cooperation is 'more important than ever' #IOTW #DatabyDEL #COVID19 #vaccines #globalhealth #globaldev https://t.co/6M3JAmg1M7

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How the public envision keeping the UK safe from COVID-19 in the long-term, Labour vs. Conservatives. #globaldev #DatabyDEL Data from April 2020, will be interesting to see if/how this changes... https://t.co/wAo1H8pbZ5

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Is the threat of the #COVID19 pandemic more global than personal? In the UK, the answer depends on the gender of the person you ask... @pmorini1 discovers a gender gap in COVID-19 threat perceptions: https://t.co/NqPx5sLYJt #devcomms #DatabyDEL https://t.co/qsn4nbNyx6

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More from our latest surveys of the US public: Can international organizations make a difference in reducing global poverty? #IOTW #globaldev #DatabyDEL https://t.co/i2YrR4Fx8z

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RT @tess_mcf: A big part of #decolonising the #aid sector is recognising how our language is steeped in colonial & racist references & conn…

Our latest research in the U.S. compares Trump and Clinton voters' concern about events in developing countries. #IOTW #DatabyDEL #globaldev. A sneak peek: https://t.co/Hu5F7xdhLD

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