Most Americans no longer worry about ‘living’ with the Chinese coronavirus, a YouGov/The Economist survey published this week found.
“Given both your risk of contracting it and the severity of the disease, how worried are you personally about experiencing COVID-19?” asked the poll.
Overall, most Americans, 57%, said they are not very worried about getting the virus, and of those, 27% are “not worried at all”. By comparison, 43% are at least somewhat worried, but of these, only 15% are “very worried”.
The survey also asked respondents to reveal how often they had worn a mask outside their home in the past week. Well over a third, 39%, said they ‘never’ wore a mask, followed by 25% who said they did ‘sometimes’, 19% who said ‘always’ and 16% who said “most of the time”. weather.”
Additionally, most Americans, 53%, think “the worst of the pandemic is behind us, while only 15% think it’s ‘going to get worse.’
The survey, conducted May 8-10, 2022 of 1,500 adult U.S. citizens, comes as Americans focus on economic issues, which continue to plague Biden’s presidency. Creeping inflation, rising gas prices and food shortages dominate the minds of Americans, even as panicked Democrats try to change the narrative to focus on the possible reversal of Roe vs. Wade. However, this tactic may not prevail, as Americans still say they are more concerned about inflation than “abortion rights”. :
What issues are ALL voters “very concerned about”?
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) May 12, 2022