Even if a record high 89% of Americans now say the coronavirus condition has improved, most are not yet ready to declare a pandemic in the U.S. More than twice as many think the pandemic has not. more finished (71%) than thought it would be more than (29%).
Republicans are more likely (57%) than Democrats (4%) to say the pandemic is over, but there are also significant gender, age and regional differences across the country.
These findings come from a Gallup-based web panel survey on June 14-20, conducted as increased vaccination in the United States resulted in a decrease in COVID-19 cases, being -hospital and death. These improvements may be important to the growing public belief that coronavirus status is becoming “more” (46%) or “slightly” improved (43%).
Americans Report Less Disorders, Increased Return to Normalcy.
With pandemic-related bans in most states now lifted, the amount of destruction that Americans see in their daily lives continues to decline. Fewer than half of U.S. adults, 46%, now say their lives have been affected “a lot” or “a fair amount,” but more, 54%, consider their lives “not easy” or “not. man “nagubal.
Likewise, Americans are increasingly reporting a return to some form of normalcy in their lives. While 15% of adults in the United States say their life is “completely back to normal,” 62% describe their life as “somewhat” but not completely normal, and 23% say “not yet back to normal.” Moreover, the percentage of adults in the United States who report that normalcy has not been restored in their lives has dropped by 11 percentage points since May.- READ MORE
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