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Are Americans ready for a return to pre-pandemic normal? Depends on what 'normal' means.

Most Americans are weary of Covid-19, recent polling shows, but there's less consensus over how that exhaustion should translate into policy. Public opinion, these surveys suggest, isn't a struggle between two clearly defined opposing camps -- one favoring an immediate and total lifting of Covid precautions and the other a state of lockdown. Rather, Americans hold a broad spectrum of complex, conflicted and changeable views on managing the pandemic. [Source]

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