Most Americans say they approve of a US District Judge’s recent ruling that struck down mandatory masking on trains and planes.
That's according to theRasmussen Reports. It found 51% of American adults say they believe ending the mask mandate was a "good decision," while 34% said it was a "bad decision."
Another 16% said they were not sure.
Over half of the adults (51%) said they believe the danger from Covid-19 is mostly over now, while 40% said they think the virus is still a major public health threat.
Meantime, President Joe Biden’s Administration is appealing the decision handed down by US District Judge Kathryn Mizelle.
The ruling finds the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) overstepped its authority by imposing a rule forcing plane and train passengers to wear masks.
Division over the issue is along party lines, with a majority of Democrats (51%) saying that ending the mask mandate was a "bad decision," while 72% of Republicans said it was a "good decision."
Among non-affiliated voters, 48% said they thought the ruling was a "good decision" and 36% said they thought it was a "bad decision."
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