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Do you think most people are trustworthy and helpful? How we measured 'social cohesion' and why its recent dip matters

By Nicholas Biddle, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, Australian National University
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Over the course of the pandemic, there’s been an increase in many aspects of social cohesion. But this may be slipping as lockdowns drag on. Here’s how we measured social cohesion, and why.

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