Counties With High COVID-19 Cases Overwhelmingly Voted for Trump, Report Says .
The Associated Press has released
a report taking a closer look at the relationship
between political preferences and COVID-19. .
376 U.S. counties that have the highest number
of new COVID-19 infections per capita were examined.
Most of those counties were located in
rural Montana, South and North Dakota,
Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Wisconsin. .
The Associated Press found
that 93 percent of those counties
voted for Donald Trump in the
2020 presidential election. .
A significant split between voters on whether or not the
COVID-19 pandemic is under control was also observed.
According to a nationwide survey of
more than 110,000 voters, 36 percent
of Trump supporters said the pandemic
is completely or mostly under control.
47 percent said they
believed the pandemic was
somewhat under control.
Among Joe Biden supporters,
82 percent said the COVID-19
pandemic is not at all under control.