No. Whoever you are citing that said this is wrong. That's why you have to look at the data yourself.
I just did a page search for "13" in all five of the Kirsch polls. You (or whoever you are citing) confused a response. Question 17 of the 4July poll asked, "Did any of your household members die from having a Covid infection?" and there were 13 Yes responses. That doesn't mean 13 in one household; it means 13 respondents had a death in THEIR individual household.
Also, there is no question that asks, specifically, how many people live in your household. Question 15 asks about number of people in the household, but the highest response is A5 "8+ other people." So whoever you are citing is just flat wrong.
Although I screened the three newest polls for "13" I haven't reviewed their data yet. What I know is the first three Kirsch polls and the two Zogby polls have similar results on some key questions.
I suggest that you go back and look at these polls again with an open mind.