Rather interestingly, people who have been infected with COVID are more likely to want society to move on from it than those who haven’t.
“Fully 7 in 10 Americans (70%) agree with the sentiment that ‘it’s time we accept that Covid is here to stay and we just need to get on with our lives’ – including 78% of those who report having gotten Covid and 65% of those who say they have not been infected,” according to Monmouth.
The main difference in sentiment is predictably seen in political affiliation, with 89% of Republicans wanting to move on, along with 71% of independents but only 47% of Democrats.
The poll numbers will make problematic reading for those who have turned taking multiple vaccines and vehemently supporting lockdown mandates and mask rules into a high status symbol religion. …
Part of the desire to see the back of the pandemic and for everyone to move on could be linked to the media’s relentless coverage of the issue.
A survey conducted last month by NewsNation/ Decision Desk HQ found that just 10 per cent of Americans trust the media when it comes to information about COVID-19.
**By Paul Joseph Watson