Most Americans Wear Masks in Public "Always" or "Very Often," New Poll Says

Nearly three-quarters of people polled said they wear a mask while in public either "always" or "very often," according to the results of a new Gallup poll released on Monday. UPI reports that 44 percent of the U.S. adults surveyed said they "always" wear a mask in public, and 28 percent said they do "very often." 11 percent said they "sometimes" wear one, while 14 percent said they "never" wear one. "Although a broad majority of Americans are wearing masks in public at least very often, fewer are doing so all the time recommended by the CDC and other health officials," Gallup wrote. "Since April, a growing minority of U.S. adults are eschewing mask usage." Read it here