TUPELO, Miss (WTVA) -- A new poll gives us a look at how Mississippians view the steps being taken to get the state back to normal during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Millsaps College-Chism Strategies survey found 38 percent of voters asked believe the state is reopening at the right pace.
Thirty-five percent believe that reopening is happening too quickly.
Eighteen percent said things are moving too slowly leaving ten percent who are uncertain.
Researchers also asked what those 568 voters thought about sending students back to school this fall.
Thirty-six percent said it was safe to do so.
Thirty percent said it's unsafe.
And 34 percent remain uncertain.
The margin of error in the poll is plus or minus four percent.