71% of Democrats Believe People Should STILL Stay Home

Democrats Are Infected By a Virus, but it’s not COVID—It’s Fear

U. S. coronavirus cases and deaths are rapidly fading. The majority of American adults have now been vaccinated against COVID-19. Yet despite all this cause for optimism, another malady continues to plague too many Americans: unjustified fear and hysteria.

At the surface level, new Gallup polling shows a public ready to move on. As of May 1, 56 percent of Americans say that healthy people should “live their normal lives as much as possible and avoid interruptions to work and business.” Just 44 percent of respondents said that healthy people should still “stay at home as much as possible to avoid contracting or spreading the coronavirus.”

Unfortunately, the poll’s reasonable findings were not equally distributed among parties. Only 29 percent of Democrats said healthy people should try to resume normal life. A whopping 71 percent still believe that Americans ought to stay home out of fear of COVID-19. And only 2 percent of Democrats said their lives are “completely back to normal.” While some Republicans and independents share these views, the numbers are much smaller.  Source: Newsweek

Hebrews 2:14-15  Since therefore the children share in flesh and blood, he himself likewise partook of the same things, that through death he might destroy the one who has the power of death, that is, the devil, and deliver all those who through fear of death were subject to lifelong slavery.

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