Poll Shows 76% Approve of Burgum’s Handling of Coronavirus Outbreak, but There Are Some Caveats
MINOT, N.D. — Dissent against government policies locking down our society is growing.
Here in North Dakota, a group of Republican lawmakers sent Gov. Doug Burgum a letter asking him to lift, or at least let expire, executive orders restricting economic and social activity, and a local group is planning a protest for Monday against the policies.
Are these actions representative of majority sentiments in North Dakota? Based on some (admittedly scant) polling data, the answer is “no” but with a caveat.
Let’s look at the data.