A Wednesday poll indicates 57 percent of Americans believe they have less personal freedom today than before the coronavirus pandemic.
The Trafalgar Group asked respondents, “Do you believe Americans have as much personal freedom today as we did before the COVID-19 [Chinese coronavirus] pandemic?”
Nearly 57 percent said they have less personal freedom today, while nearly 36 percent said their freedom has remained the same.
New @trafalgar_group @COSProject national #poll of likely ‘22 general election voters conducted 6/23-25 shows over 57% of Americans believe that they have less personal freedom today than before COVID pandemic. Report: https://t.co/rYBUhCQNml pic.twitter.com/pzU5ToNxBw
— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) July 1, 2021
The mistrust of the federal government’s coronavirus response comes as Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins reportedly refused former President Donald Trump’s order to cancel virus research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) connected to the Wuhan Lab.
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