United by a common language and high levels of political polarisation, the US and Britain stand out in a new survey as two nations whose populations are split over how well their governments handled the Covid-19 pandemic.Across 14 mostly European countries, people were canvassed about whether their leaders did a good job responding to the coronavirus: 52 per cent of Americans and 54 per cent of Britons have a negative or “bad” impression, according to the Pew Research Centre, a non-partisan …