The results are in: Americans overwhelmingly believe that the World Health Organization is the right organization to lead the global response to the coronavirus. Share the findings with your Members of Congress.
I am writing today with some urgent news: when it comes to managing the response to international health crises like coronavirus (COVID-19), three-quarters of Americans (77%) trust the World Health Organization (WHO), above all other entities tested.
A bipartisan poll conducted by the Better World Campaign and Morning Consult found that 4 out of 5 Americans (82%) across party lines say it is important that the U.S. work to limit the spread of coronavirus in other countries.
Moreover, two-thirds of respondents say global cooperation to address health crises is a top priority (67%), topping the list of global concerns that included terrorism, national security, and the prevention of global conflict.
The bottom line: Americans are certain that no country, especially the U.S., can handle a pandemic alone.
I hope I can count on you to support the UN and WHO the next time a vote comes up.