With COVID-19 vaccines now available and society seemingly reopening for business, at least some of us are ready to say that things are going back to normal after the pandemic year.
According to Gallup, 66% of adults in the U.S. say their lives have “somewhat” or “completely” returned to normal, while 34% say normal life has yet to come back.
Complicating the return to normalcy is the finding that 52% of respondents say their life is still being disrupted because of the pandemic—14% say “a great deal” and 38% say “a fair amount”. That might not change soon, as 39% expect the disruption to continue through the end of the year, and 16% feel the impact will last longer.
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