(POLL) Most agree with Biden’s statement: ‘Pandemic is over’

Although the majority of Americans agree with President Joe Biden that the Covid-19 pandemic is over; most Democrats still want to make vaccines against the virus mandatory.

This is according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

In an interview on 60 Minutes that aired Sep. 18 President Biden told journalist Scott Pelly:

“The pandemic is over. We still have a problem with Covid. We’re still doing a lot of work on it. But the pandemic is over.”  

President Joe Biden

Sixty percent (60%) of voters agreed with that statement, including 23% who ‘strongly agreed.”

Thirty-five percent (35%) disagreed, including 16% who “strongly disagreed.”

If the Covid-19 pandemic is over, is it still necessary to get vaccinated against the virus?

Thirty-eight percent (38%) of voters say employers should require workers to get vaccinated against Covid-19, but 51% disagree.

Forty-percent (40%) think schools should require children to get vaccinated against Covid-19, but 50% disagree.

In both cases, a majority of Democratic voters favor making vaccines mandatory.

Overall the national survey found that 56% of likely U.S. voters are still concerned about Covid-19, including 21% who are “very concerned.”

Forty-three percent (43%) aren’t concerned about Covid-19, including 19% who are “not at all concerned about the virus.”

In January, 68% of voters were concerned about Covid-19. 

To see survey question wording, click here.

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3 thoughts on “(POLL) Most agree with Biden’s statement: ‘Pandemic is over’”

  1. No, the pandemic is NOT over. There was no pandemic to begin with. It was all a political exercise to control the population. The “Plandemic” has hopefully seen its failure.

  2. Hello Ruth
    I think you made my point. There were no “pandemic restrictions” at the southern border because such restrictions had little effect on protecting the health of citizens and this was known by the politicians. Restrictions would have hampered other political objectives of the administration.

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