Poll: As Arizona COVID-19 cases spike, concern goes down


As coronavirus cases spike in Arizona, concern among voters in the state has dropped since April.According to the most recent Arizona Public Opinion Pulse poll, even with the rise in COVID-19 cases, fewer than 60% of voters remain concerned over the outbreak in Arizona.

“As voters have learned about the coronavirus and learned to cope with the potential dangers, they are less concerned than at the start of the outbreak,” said OH Predictive Insights Chief of Research Mike Noble. “As the initial scare subsides, voters are growing accustomed to a new normal.”

Phoenix-based OH Predictive Insights provides polling to political and non-political clients.


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