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Coronavirus Covid-19: A brief look at who is detected in the Apple and Google Mobility Reports

Introduction

As many people know, Google and Apple have published mobility data to help with beating the Covid-19 pandemic.

Google Covid-19 Mobility data is obviously Android users and Apple Coronavirus/Covid-19  mobility data  IOS  users. So  the data is in that sense determined by the type of personality that uses each OS and how they care about privacy.
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Coronavirus Covid-19: Brexit vote determines adherence to lock-down

Introduction

This article will try to answer the question if a regions Brexit vote determines adherence to lock-down. In very simple terms this means if a region has voted for Brexit with a higher percentage does  show more mobility.

Many scientific studies have looked at Brexit.  Reasons listed are:
Sovereignty
Immigration
Age of voters
Education level
Order vs openness
The “left behind”
Britons felt less integrated into the EU
Identity and Change
English national identity
Anti-establishment populism

Since all this research classifies the “classic Brexit voter” as an old, low educated, xenophobic, anti-establishment, English nationalist populist, it would be interesting if these people show a different behaviour to younger, higher educated, inclusive, establishment friendly non English nationalist reasonable voters. Please see the ecological fallacy and Robinson’s paradox.
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