Dems Still Want To Mask Toddlers

Children wear mouth masks in their classroom at a primary school in Helecine, Monday 06 December 2021. As from today, children from the age of six must wear a mouth cap at public spaces, including schools. The mouth mask obligation is part of new and stronger safety and sanitation measures in the continued Covid-19 pandemic. BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND (Photo by ERIC LALMAND/BELGA MAG/AFP via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • Issues and Insights, in partnership with TIPP, asked 1,351 American adults earlier this month, “Is it a good or bad idea to put masks on children under age 5 to deal with COVID?”
  • A majority of Democrats (56%) reckon masking kids under the age of 5 is a good idea. Only 24% of Republicans and 31% of independents thought it was a worthwhile endeavor.
  • On the flip side, 58% of Republicans and 38% of independents think masking toddlers is a bad idea, whereas only 24% of Democrats think that to be the case.

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