Texans Wear Masks At Lower Rates Than Elsewhere

According to new national and state surveys taken on Monday and published by leading market research platform 1Q, findings show fewer Texans (64%) wear masks “always” or “often” compared to the national average (67%), and much less than other large states hit by the pandemic, including Florida (71%), California (84%), and New York (85%).

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The state surveys also feature breakdowns of specific environments where Texans believe mask wearing is important, including grocery stores, restaurants, bars, and retail stores/malls.

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