Ipsos suggests that Americans are eager to get back to work – despite the looming threat of coronavirus.
According to the reports, 53% of US adults strongly agree to reopen up their business, despite the fact that coronavirus is not fully contained. On the contrary, 43% say that opening businesses with the virus may not be suitable.
The survey also shows a slight conflict amongst Americans regarding the economy. While 45% of Americans believe that the economy will rise back up rapidly, 50% say it will take time.
Partisanship also remains to be a determiner of people’s views regarding businesses reopening and the economy. When surveyed by Ipsos, Republicans had higher levels of customer confidence when compared to the Democrats.