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1. Trust in scientists and views of science have declined among Americans, regardless of political affiliation. The share of Americans who believe that science has had a mostly positive effect on society has decreased, and there has been a significant decline in public trust in scientists since the early stages of the pandemic.

2. People with higher levels of trust in scientists are more likely to follow expert guidance and align their beliefs and actions accordingly. This includes getting vaccinated for COVID-19 and the flu, as well as acknowledging the role of human activity in climate change.

3. The decline in trust in scientists is particularly pronounced among Republicans, with nearly four-in-ten expressing not much or no confidence at all in scientists to act in the public's best interests. However, confidence in scientists has also decreased among Democrats, although a majority still express at least a fair amount of confidence. Political polarization plays a significant role in shaping views on science, with Republicans being more critical of the societal impact of science compared to Democrats.

Article analysis:

这篇文章是根据Pew Research Center的调查结果撰写的,旨在了解美国人对科学的看法以及他们对社会中各个群体和机构的信任水平。然而,文章存在一些潜在的偏见和问题。