Majority of Americans who lost a job or wages due to COVID-19 concerned states will reopen too quickly


Well with unemployment numbers skyrocketing you would think that people who recently lost their jobs would want businesses re opened a sass survey by the nonpartisan pew research center says sixty eight percent of respondents who suffered pay cuts or lost their jobs they they don't want states to rush to reopen while sixty nine percent of people whose pay has not been impacted echoed that sentiment saying they're concerned states will open too quickly the survey also indicated those who felt the economic impact of the coronavirus personally are more likely to say restrictions in their region need to increase overall the survey found nearly one in five Americans blame the coronavirus for their job

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