Eighty-two percent of Americans say the coronavirus is not impacting Labor Day weekend plans, according to polling Sunday by the Trafalgar Group.
As a whole, when respondents were asked, “How significantly has COVID effected your Labor Day plans?” Eighty-two percent said “not significantly.” Within the 82 percent, 52 percent said the coronavirus is “not at all” impacting their weekend plans, along with 14 percent who said “very slightly,” and 15 percent who said only “slightly.”
On the flip side, 18 percent of respondents told the pollster the pandemic will impact their plans, which includes nearly 8 percent who said “significantly,” and 10 percent who said “very significantly.”
#LaborDayWeekend #COVID19 – vast majority (82%) of American voters not letting #pandemic affect their #LaborDayPlans – according to @trafalgar_group #Poll of likely ‘22 voters conducted 9/3-4 See Report: https://t.co/6cPX45Uw1o pic.twitter.com/SRzYaYDtnV
— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) September 5, 2021
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