For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of Americans believe that is better for people to resume their normal lives and move on.
“As a sense of normalcy returns, Americans have become less likely to believe that the best advice for healthy people during the pandemic is to stay home to help prevent the spread of the virus, dropping from 91% in March 2020 to 67% at the start of this year to 44% now. In fact, for the first time in Gallup’s COVID tracking, a majority (56%) say the better advice is for people to live their normal lives as much as possible.
As seen previously, there is a substantial partisan divide on the advice question, with 87% of Republicans versus 64% of independents and 29% of Democrats recommending people should strive to lead their normal lives. Conversely, 71% of Democrats believe people should stay home as much as possible, although this is down from 85% in April. …”
Not everyone agrees though.
Republicans and Independents have been over COVID since March. 71% of Democrats still believe that people “should stay home as much as possible.” Presumably, they continue to feel this way long after being vaccinated. They virtue signal about “getting jabbed” but don’t act like it works.
Note: I’ve heard that shitlibs have these signs out in their yards in their wealthy suburbs back East. The people who believe in “science” also insist on wearing masks outside after being vaccinated in summer weather and regardless of the new CDC guidelines on the issues.