A ballot carried out by STAT and The Harris Ballot discovered that greater than 75 p.c of individuals assist the thought of a nationwide masks mandate when in public.
INDIANAPOLIS — A latest survey carried out by STAT and The Harris Ballot finds most Individuals assume the Biden administration ought to mandate a number of adjustments to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greater than 2,000 individuals took half within the on-line ballot between Dec. 11-13. It discovered that greater than 75 p.c of individuals assist the thought of a nationwide masks mandate when in public. Each Democrats (87 p.c) and Republicans (60 p.c) have been in favor, on common.
Round 65 p.c of individuals assume the Biden administration ought to ban gatherings of 10 or extra individuals. Democrats and Republicans had differing opinions although, with 83 p.c of Democrats supporting a ban and 48 p.c of Republicans in assist.
The ballot additionally requested if there ought to be a short lived closure of non-essential companies. Fifty-eight p.c of individuals have been in assist, however the two political events disagreed right here as properly: 73 p.c of Democrats voted in favor, whereas 43 p.c of Republicans supported a short lived closure.
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