Research study finds Oregonians support stay-at-home orders

Despite being one week into re-opening, a study found that many Oregonians are in support of restrictions in order to keep everyone safe.

Posted: May 24, 2020 7:47 AM

SALEM, Ore. -- Despite being one week into re-opening, a study found that many Oregonians are in support of restrictions in order to keep everyone safe. 

DHM Research found that 82% of people said they supported stay-at-home orders, while only  16% said they opposed. 

By political party, 96% of Oregon Democrats support the orders, and 72% of Oregon Republicans showed support as well.

The survey was conducted between April 17th and the 21st. 

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