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Who was better at predicting the course of the pandemic – experts or the public?

By Gabriel Recchia, Research Associate, Winton Centre for Risk and Evidence Communication, University of Cambridge
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Members of the public were more overconfident and less accurate in predicting the likely number of infections and deaths, but both groups missed the mark.

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