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Even If It's 'Bonkers,' Poll Finds Many Believe QAnon And Other Conspiracy Theories

Misinformation about the election and the coronavirus is also gaining a foothold in American society, according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll.

Members of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) protest against the death of George Floyd outside U.S. Consulate in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement on June 8, 2020 in Sandton, South Africa. Gallo Images via Getty Images hide caption

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In 2020, Protests Spread Across The Globe With A Similar Message: Black Lives Matter

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Even If It's 'Bonkers,' Poll Finds Many Believe QAnon And Other Conspiracy Theories

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Ron Rosmann, seen in 2011, received some of the subsidies but says he's not in favor of the program. "It has disproportionately gone to the largest producers," he says. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Farmers Got A Government Bailout In 2020, Even Those Who Didn't Need It

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Jake Sullivan, President-elect Joe Biden's incoming national security adviser, gives remarks last month in Wilmington, Del. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Why Biden's National Security Adviser Plans To Focus On The U.S. Middle Class

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