Over half of Kansans’ views on Covid rules remain unchanged, study shows
Public remains divided on response to Pandemic
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - After more than two years of dealing with a global pandemic, a new survey found that 59 percent of Kansans’ opinions on the official measures taken to limit the effects of COVID-19 have remained the same.
The study also showed 19 percent of Kansans’ now support the restrictions that have been implemented, while 22 percent are against the measures.
On a nationwide scale, 1 in 3 people say they have lost friends due to disagreements regarding COVID-19.
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