This is a show stopper of a poll:
🔥Partisan gap on COVID in CNBC battleground poll:
Rs v Ds on whether these activities are safe *right now*:
70% R v 5% D
52% R v 4% D
46% R v 5% D
40% R v 2% D
*Large sporting events*
37% R v 2% Dhttps://t.co/b5DxxMAzVd
— Steven Dennis (@StevenTDennis) May 6, 2020
However, I have one big question — does this set of questions predict actual leave the house behavior compared to the behavior to give a polarized partisan-aligned answer to own the libs?
I think both factors are in play. The question is how much of the question is predicting actual behavioral changes as defined by someone leaving the house and going to a sit down restaurant for an hour instead of merely giving the “politically right” answer as a form of self-identification?