Nearly 70 percent of voters believe 'Fake News' out of China worsened the global pandemic
Only 10% believe China's government is is currently reliable and trustworthy
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
Nearly 70% of voters believe the Chinese government worsened the global pandemic by withholding significant data points and releasing incorrect information, according to a new poll conducted by Scott Rasmussen from April 16-18,
The survey found 69% believed China worsened the situation, compared to 8% who disagree with that statement and 23% who were not sure.
The further breakdown of those numbers indicates that 83% of Republicans think China’s dishonesty made the pandemic worse. Independents agreed with the statement at a rate of 65%, and Democrats at 60%.
The survey additionally found that only 10% of voters consider the Chinese government to be “truthful and reliable.” Half of those asked (50%) are not sure, and 39% believe it is not.
News, Not Noise
- A year after impeachment, Hunter Biden's Ukraine activities come home to roost
- Democrat Tulsi Gabbard says voter fraud 'serious threat,' seeks to outlaw ballot harvesting
- Trafalgar Group polls: outliers with uncanny knack for accurately sampling Trump vote
- Coronavirus cases and deaths continue to decline, but officials vow to continue restrictions
- Activist warns Left, Trump might pick first black female justice: 'Be careful what you wish for'