Between the lines: The early polling numbers, taken right after the news broke that Trump had tested positive, suggest that the public’s attitudes toward Trump are so deeply settled that even the shock of an event like this can’t shake them.

By the numbers: The poll found that 21% of the respondents said they’d be more likely to wear a mask in the wake of the Trump news, including 15% who said they’d be much more likely to do so.

Likewise, 21% said they’d be more likely to keep a distance of six feet from other people, with 14% saying they’re more likely to do so.

Just 12% said they’d be more likely to wear gloves.