AP-NORC poll: Support for restrictions, virus worries wane


As a new confirmed coronavirus cases climb to near record levels the survey shows public support for measures aimed at slowing the virus's spread eavesdropping there was once a unified opinion about how to take on the virus but experts say the nation's growing complacent and an E. P. F. O. R. C. center for public affairs research pull backs them up half of Americans now favor stay at home borders down from eight in ten in April the same number then supported limits on how many people can gather six in ten do now fewer people are now at least moderately worried that they or a family member may be infected though the number is still high sixty eight percent and a worse season lead public health researcher says the survey shows the nation's experiencing quarantine fatigue Sager mag ani Washington

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