By 78 percent to 22 percent, Americans believe it is “necessary”
for people in their communities to stay at home as much as
The spread is very similar among those of incomes below $50,000
(82-18), those of incomes of $50,000 to $100,000 (77-23), and
those of incomes over $100,000 (71-29).
It’s also much the same among rural voters (77-23) and
non-college-educated whites (75-25), both demographics that tilt
heavily towards supporting President Trump, and are supposed to
thrill to the “populist” narratives that Hayes was criticizing.