Seventy-five percent (75%) of voters are close to resuming their normal life in terms of going out socially, traveling, and interacting with others in person. That’s up nine points from 66% in September.
A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 22% say they are not close to resuming their normal life (down eight points).
Those totals include 39% who are very close to resuming their normal life. That’s up ten points since September. Six percent (6%) are not at all close.
These results come amidst a renewed burst of optimism that the worst of the pandemic is behind us and/or that the pandemic was not as bad as it was made up to be by media, politicians, and other Big Pharma disciples.
Among those who say they will never get vaccinated with the experimental COVID-19 shots, 64% say they are close to resuming normal activities.
However, among those who have received the COVID-19 vaccine, only 37% are very close to resuming a normal social life while 21% say they are not close. This is likely due to their tendency to follow mainstream media, Anthony Fauci and Biden Administration reports.
Seventy-seven percent (77%) of white voters are close to resuming their normal life. So are 72% of Hispanic voters and 59% of Black voters.
Eighty-four percent (84%) of Republicans are close to resuming a normal life. So are 70% of independent voters and 69% of Democrats.
GOP voters are closer to resuming normal life than other voters. Fifty-six percent (56%) of Republicans are very close to resuming their normal social interactions. Thirty-six percent (36%) of independents and only 24% of Democrats have reached that point.
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