Data Shows Americans Are Done With Stay At Home Orders Whether Governors Like It Or Not

As some of us like myself are headed into our seventh week of lockdown Americans are getting antsy. New data has shown that we are no longer sheltering in place as we did just a few weeks ago.

According to Apple’s mobility trends report traffic in America has doubled in the last three weeks. Another report from location data provider Fourspquare shows that “fast food and gas station visits have returned to pre-coronavirus levels in the Midwest.

The Blaze reports that data lines up with mobile phone data given to NPR by SafeGraph:

“About 50% of those mobile phones that SafeGraph had data on stayed home on April 12, which was Easter — the highest point in the data,” the NPR report noted. “That number hasn’t since come anywhere close, showing a steady decline with the most recent numbers showing that less than 40% stayed home on April 27.”

The report added that the trend is consistent across the entire country.

Americans have made it clear regardless of what “fake” model CNN presents, we are down with stay-at-home orders.

“Whether governments, medical professionals, and scientists want it to or not, people seem tired of the shutdown and eager to get back to some semblance of normal life,” John Koetsier, a writer and data analyst for Forbes, wrote.

Nick Singh, a marketing lead at SafeGraph, agreed with that sentiment, as well.

“Regardless of what the orders say or the governors say, we’re seeing the whole country softening up,” he said.

Liberals can try to scare us all they want, all Democrats want to do is control us. Like the very liberal Bill Maher said, “I worry that the past 2 months of quarantine have given people the idea that the way for humans to win our million-year war with microbes is to avoid them completely. And I’m here to tell you, You can’t.”

He went on to say that we can’t sacrifice our lives over our fear of “microbes” the virus is here and we need to find a way back to normal, not force Americans to stay in their homes.

The Blaze