As more and more states and communities ease restrictions to jumpstart the reopening process, strong majorities believe the country lacks sufficient testing and are also skeptical about returning to pre-pandemic activities, including sending kids back to school, a new ABC News/Ipsos poll released Friday finds.


Nearly three in four Americans believe there are not enough tests available in the United States, compared to only 26% who said there is adequate testing available right now.

In the new poll, released the same week in which the debate over when students will return to school created a divide between President Trump and the nation’s top infectious disease expert leading the effort to combat the coronavirus, more than two-thirds of Americans (69%) who have a child under the age of 18 living at home who had been enrolled in school before the pandemic said they are not currently willing to send their child back to school.


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