Poll: 20% of Americans Say They Have Lost Friendships over Coronavirus Disagreements

Kyle

Ultra-MAGA
PREMO Member
Twenty percent of respondents said they have, 68 percent said they have not, and 11 percent indicated they remain unsure.

When broken down by party lines, nearly one-quarter of Democrats, 24 percent, said they have lost friendships, compared to 15 percent of Republicans.

The survey comes as politicians begin to alter their rhetoric toward unvaccinated Americans, the majority of whom, surveys suggest, do not plan to get the jab.

This week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) scolded unvaccinated Marylanders, accusing them of “willfully” putting others in danger. He also labeled them as a threat to freedoms in the state.

Similarly, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) bragged this week about dividing people further and taking action against the unvaccinated, forcing indoor restaurants, gyms, and entertainment venues to discriminate against them by barring their entry.



 

RoseRed

American Beauty
PREMO Member
Not that I'm aware of. But, I haven't seen my mother since Memorial Day 2020. She was aghast that we weren't wearing PPE inside my house. :duh:
 
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