The following is from Scott Rasmussen and BallotPedia:
Thirty-seven percent (37%) of voters believe the worst of the pandemic is behind us. That’s down nineteen points over the past six weeks and the lowest level of optimism since late January.
A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 33% take the opposite view and think the worst is still to come. Thirty percent (30%) are not sure.
Confidence fell significantly among Republicans, Democrats, and independents. However, Republicans remain far more upbeat than other voters. By a 49% to 26% margin, Republicans tend to believe the worst is behind us. Democrats, by a 39% to 31% margin, take the opposite view. Among independent voters, 23% believe the worst is behind us, while 34% believe the worst is yet to come.
Throughout 2020, public confidence about the pandemic resembled a roller-coaster ride. (Continued...)