Lockdown is not a plan “foisted” on unwilling masses. The people want it!

Lockdown is not a plan “foisted” on unwilling masses. The people want it! By Joanne Nova.

Coronavirus: UK lockdown supported by 93 per cent of public, poll finds, 24 March …

The poll said 75 per cent strongly supported the measures, with 17 per cent saying they “somewhat” supported them …

THE BRITISH public are steadfastly ready to continue with lockdown restrictions for as long as it takes to defeat coronavirus, a new poll has revealed. 12 April …

Only 6 percent say they are “excessive” while 31 percent say they are “not enough” and should go further than the current lockdown. …

Poll: Americans want a national lockdown, Mar 25. …

Exclusive poll reveals West Australians want nation placed in ‘full lockdown’ to slow spread of COVID-19 (paywalled)

West Australians want the nation placed into “full lockdown” to slow the coronavirus spread, despite two-thirds being worried about losing their jobs in the next six months.

The latest People’s Voice Poll from Painted Dog Research found 71 per cent of the more than 500 West Australians surveyed believed the Morrison Government should enforce a lockdown.

Unexpectedly, it was younger West Australians aged between 18 and 39 who were the most supportive of a lockdown (80 per cent), compared with 68 per cent aged 40-59 years

Presumably most people don’t want to catch it, strongly enough they are willing to suffer some lockdown measures.

By international standards Australia is not considered to be “in lockdown”, because we still have too many freedoms. Sweden stands as out as having even fewer restrictions, and has kept its schools open. But every country has taken some lockdown measures, thereby halting the exponential spread of the virus in each country.