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CNN – Three surveys conducted in February — from the Kaiser Family Foundation, Axios/Ipsos and the Washington Post in collaboration with ABC News — asked adults to assess the current state of the pandemic in the United States.
Only a third of adults think the virus is “completely” or “mostly” under control, according to the Post/ABC survey. But most think the worst is behind them, the KFF survey found. And the Biden administration isn’t getting much credit. Less than half of adults say that the President has communicated clearly or supported health care workers or small businesses during the pandemic, according to Axios/Ipsos.

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