It’s more like a Halloween You Can’t Kill The Boogey Man T-Shirt 25-30million because the total American population of 300million includes infants and children as well. But yeah I get your point. Eighty-two percent of registered voters in the July 26-27 survey said they’d support a national mandate to wear facial coverings. Including 61 percent who “strongly” back the idea and 21 percent who “somewhat” support it. It’s not even a strong agreement. Additionally, only about 66% of Republicans were for the mask, as oppressed to 80% democrats. Additionally, they only polled around 940 voters, so it’s an extremely small sample size. I think it’s concerning that fewer polled Republicans are for the mask mandate, but, this sample size is laughably small.
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If you’re Halloween You Can’t Kill The Boogey Man T-Shirt looking at the remaining 70% you’re looking at a disproportionately poor. And an uneducated section of society less likely to wear masks. This data is good for voters. But for a feel of the general populace asking “voters” tends to trend toward wealthy old Americans. Most at a risk for coronavirus and most well educated to know the risks. Try tracking down the other majority of society not included in this survey and I’d be shocked if the number is near that high. It’s needed at this point. This girl in my building was confirmed positive a week ago, I saw her walk by today clearly coughing with no mask on. She told me she doesn’t have any symptoms right now so she doesn’t need a mask.