Politics Remains A Big Factor in Voter Views of COVID-19 and America’s Response

Views of the coronavirus crisis and how America has responded continues to break down along party lines, which helps explain why Red Republican states are opening up while Blue Democrat states are extending their lockdowns.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that a plurality (46%) of Republicans believes the United States has overreacted to the coronavirus threat, while 67% of Democrats and 58% of voters not affiliated with either major party say the country has underreacted.

Among all likely voters, 27% say the United States overreacted, while 50% believe it has underreacted. Just 21% think the response has been about right.

Politics Remains A Big Factor in Voter Views of COVID-19 and America’s Response

Views of the coronavirus crisis and how America has responded continues to break down along party lines, which helps explain why Red Republican states are opening up while Blue Democrat states are extending their lockdowns.

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