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The Arizona Republic reported that about 1 in 5 Arizonans are ready to dine out and even fewer are immediately ready to go back to the gym or watch a movie in theaters, according to a new ASU Morrison Institute-Arizona Republic poll.
The results, like many polls, show splits between Democrats and Republicans, men and woman and people of different ethnicity, education levels, income and age.
The poll asked Arizonans, if restrictions were lifted in May, how soon they expected to feel comfortable returning to normal activities, from going to restaurants to attending church.
The online survey was conducted in late April and early May before Gov. Doug Ducey announced he would lift the statewide stay-at-home order that encouraged residents to limit their time outside of the home to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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