The Appeal is offering an informal, online survey to readers to gain insights to the community’s thoughts on the COVID-19 pandemic. This survey updates a similar survey conducted in July.
Usually, we keep “What Do You Think?” comments down to a few sentences. We’re making an exception for this important issue and will run long responses. This is the second part of what will be a series of comments.
In an informal, online survey the Appeal posted last week, most people are wearing masks, most by far are not worrying about being evicted, and most people think schools should remina closed to in-class instruction.
An informal online Appeal survey last week brought in just more than 200 participants and, by far, most indicated the COVID-19 pandemic has them concerned.
If our informal online survey is any indication, Yuba-Sutter residents maintain a high level of confidence in the president. In Congress? Not so much.