12m ago Americans prioritize staying home and majority worry restrictions will lift too fast Health concerns still take precedence over economic concerns by a wide margin for Americans in their views on when to re-open the economy — both in what they want for the nation, and in what they’d do themselves. Many say they need to be confident the outbreak is over before returning to public places, and big majorities of all partisans agree the stay-at-home orders are effective.The health concerns may be so salient that even for those whose finances have been impacted and even for those concerned about job loss, most of them still worry the country will open up too fast.Sixty-three percent of Americans are more worried about restrictions lifting too fast and worsening the outbreak —than worry about lifting restrictions too slowly and worsening the economy.   16m ago Bipartisan support for financial aid for ailing local news outlets amid pandemic Charges of “fake news” and “enemy of the people” may still emanate from the White House, but at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue, there’s a groundswell of support for a news industry that now finds itself grappling with drastic cuts spurred by


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