New Hampshire residents are more comfortable than in May with participating in public activities, but levels of comfort differ dramatically based on partisanship. Majorities of Republicans say they are currently comfortable going to large-scale athletic competitions, political rallies, and concerts, while nearly half of Democrats say they will not be comfortable going to these events until 2021 at the earliest. Approval of Governor Sununu's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has declined slightly among both Democrats and Republicans but remains high and most are confident in the state government's ability to respond effectively to the crisis. Concern about oneself or a family member contracting COVID-19 continues to decline, particularly among young people.
Granite State Panel
UNH Survey Center, "Most NH Republicans But Few Democrats Currently Comfortable With Public Activities in Light of COVID-19 6/24/2020" (2020). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 595.