POLL: Half say states and cities overreacted to coronavirus

NEW ORLEANS – Louisiana National Guard Soldiers and Airmen test first responders for COVID-19 infections at Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 20, 2020.
Photo By: Staff Sgt. Josiah Pugh

Fifty percent (50%) of voters say they believe states and cities overreacted to the coronavirus pandemic in ways that did more harm than good. That’s according to a recent Scott Rasmussen poll.

Seventy-one percent (71%) of Republicans surveyed agree that states and cities overreacted to the situation, causing harm.

Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Democrat voters agree.

Men are more likely to believe the states and cities overreacted to the pandemic than women.

More people than not say that the worst of the pandemic is behind us.

Click the link below to read the Scott Rasmussen poll story:


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2 thoughts on “POLL: Half say states and cities overreacted to coronavirus”

  1. I so wish these shutdowns would be over. Here in Washington state, my small business has been forced to be shut down for a year and I still have no idea when I’ll be allowed to operate. Enough already. I want my life back.

  2. this was not a over reach. this was the dnc ,rat pack ,DEMOCRATES using the virus to hurt trump and our economy . and by doing so they hurt every American. and this kind of pain will tack a long time to get over . but the rat pack don’t care about that . this shows jest how bad they hate Trump . the best America has every had. and they know they will never get any one even close to him. is what grows there hate

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