US, no. State, yes.
State and city (NYC). I check NY Forward and Gothamist.
Not US but state and city, as well as neighboring states and state where dad lives. Every night i check before I come on here :)
I check the NYC death numbers every so often. Don't care at all about numbers of cases.
I don’t look at the specific numbers but I look at the trends over time on the 91-divoc site most days.
There were periods of time when I did look at the data, but I came to realize it's difficult to draw any meaningful conclusions from the trends without more granular information about different factors influencing those locations. For example, in Georgia, numbers went up, then stabilized with a shut-down. Then, Georgia reopened, and numbers went up. But, at that point they were not going up because things were going up, but because of localized outbreaks at a small handful of weddings/funerals and some outbreaks at food processing plants. Without that granular detail, it is hard to draw conclusions.
Not for the US as a whole, but local data, yes, but not daily. I do look at the vaccine tracker (number of vaccines given) daily because it makes me feel better -- that this will someday end!
For NYC? Not daily anymore but often. For the rest of the country, only occasionally when I really want to be reminded what a dumpster fire this country is.
Yes. For my county and city (So Cal).