While many Americans are planning to go forward with plans to get together with extended family and friends for Thanksgiving despite the warnings against it, a new poll finds that a majority have gotten the message and have changed their plans for the holiday because of the ongoing fall surge of the coronavirus across the country. In the Axios-Ipsos survey out yesterday (November 24th), 61 percent said they’d changed their Thanksgiving plans. The most common changes reported were only celebrating with immediate household members and having a smaller dinner than originally planned. Nine percent even said they’re no longer planning to celebrate at all. There was a partisan divide in the results, however, with 75 percent of Democrats saying they’ve changed their Thanksgiving plans, compared to 49 percent of Republicans.