Are you worried about coronavirus?

Over the weekend, the first U.S. death from coronavirus was reported in Washington state. Nearly 99,000 cases of the illness has been reported with more than 3,000 deaths worldwide.

While some members of the media are treating the virus as an imminent threat to millions in the U.S., Johns Hopkins Medicine says, “As of Feb. 28, 2020, the flu is showing much more of an impact on Americans.”

Grassfire wants to know what you think. So we're inviting you and other team members to take our new Coronavirus QuickPoll.

If you think the coronavirus is likely to become a widespread and deadly epidemic, click here or on the "YES!" image below. If you do NOT see the illness as a serious threat and think the “fake news” media is creating unnecessary panic, click here or on the "NO!" image below.

Thanks, in advance, for taking action via our Coronavirus QuickPoll. We'll reveal the results after we reach 10,000 votes.

For liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. QuickPolls are not scientific, nor do they endorse a specific candidate or position. Grassfire polls are for informational purposes only.

 


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  • John Ronan
    commented 2020-03-14 17:41:43 -0400
    This is a stupid and potentially dangerous “poll”.
    WHO CARES WHO SAID WHAT!?!?
    DO THE RIGHT THING! NOW!
    Look at Italy! I have friends who are suffering over there.

    You should, as I am, be ashamed to be associated with this kind of thinking.
  • Alan Mebes
    commented 2020-03-10 18:15:12 -0400
    Not a very good question for a poll. and borders on stupid. It is not a yes or no question. Sure the comments in the media are gear to hurt Trump. At this point we do not know the extent of the virus as to how many will get the virus and may die from it. It may be as high as the flue with the number of deaths exceeding. Anyone who thinks they know is fooling them self
  • al dziedzic
    followed this page 2020-03-03 14:44:27 -0500
  • Janet Mcalister
    followed this page 2020-03-03 13:36:57 -0500
  • Jack Tatom
    followed this page 2020-03-02 18:49:04 -0500
  • Paul Fugate
    followed this page 2020-03-02 18:36:41 -0500
  • Dennis Robinson
    commented 2020-03-02 18:25:35 -0500
    There are now 5 deaths reported in Washington state due to the virus.