Nearly 60% of likely voters — including 70% of undecideds — believe U.S. shouldn't lock down again
Noting that undecideds in the presidential race oppose relocking by a ratio of almost 3-1, Scott Rasmussen noted: "If there is to be a late comeback for the president, this question might provide a clue as to why."
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A majority of likely American voters believe the United States should not undergo another COVID-19 lockdown, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen.
A full 57% of likely voters believe that "it is better [for the U.S.] to find a way to move forward" without further lockdowns like the kinds that American governors imposed throughout the country in March and April.
Just 33%, meanwhile, believe that "it is better for America to lock down again." The remaining 10% were unsure.
In light of President Trump's continued trailing of Biden in the polls, Rasmussen noted: "If there is to be a late comeback for the president, this question might provide a clue as to why."
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