Recent reports confirming that the Covid-19 virus probably came from a Chinese lab that partnered with the US don’t surprise most voters, who say they already suspected US officials may have been involved in a cover-up.
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That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
As respondents were asked to look back on the pandemic, 42% rated the job done by US public health officials in dealing with Covid-19 as "good" or "excellent."
Thirty-seven percent (37%) gave U.S. officials a "poor" rating for their handling of the virus.
The Energy Department recently issued a report concluding that Covid-19 most likely originated with a laboratory leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
Sixty-seven percent (67%) say they already believed the virus came from a lab leak (before the recent report). Only 20% of voters say they were surprised by the report that Covid-19 came from the Wuhan lab.
Another 13% saythey are not sure.
Sixty-five percent (65%) of say they voters believe it is likely that some US officials were involved in a cover-up of China’s role in the Covid-19 pandemic, including 48% who say it’s "very likely."
Twenty-eight percent (28%) say they don’t think US officials helped cover up China’s role in the pandemic.
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