The poll found, not surprisingly, that a large majority of Americans — 74 percent — said the U.S. should prioritize fighting the virus while 24 percent said the emphasis should be on reopening businesses.
Sure, now you can pick apart the methodology used for the poll, or ask questions about the demographic surveyed, but with a three-to-one margin, even with a significant margin of error, the majority of American citizens are saying "fix the problem".
Those that are clamoring for re-opening all the nail salons, beauty parlors, and barber shops are, in the end, just a noisy minority.
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I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each."
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