According to a New Poll, 62% of Unvaccinated People Said They Will Never Obtain a Covid-19 Vaccine | Latest Update
Persons between the ages of 45 and 64 were found to be the largest group of unvaccinated people who will not have a Covid-19 injection, with 74% indicating they do not plan on ever obtaining a vaccination and 4% saying they will “certainly” receive one in the future, according to the poll.
According to the poll, white women with college degrees are more likely than white women without a college degree to say they will never take a vaccination, with 74% of college-educated white women saying they will not, compared to 66% of white women without a degree.
The study, which posed a series of questions, comprised 391 participants, 181 men, and 210 women, and took into consideration race, age, educational level, and socioeconomic situation. The unvaccinated’s responses in the poll differed according to on their demographics.
Unvaccinated Hispanics stated they have no intentions to become vaccinated, with 43 percent saying they would never receive a shot, compared to 19 percent who said they might get an injection of one or more vaccinations and 17 percent who said they will certainly get one.
Respondents earning between $50,000 and $10,0000 were the most likely to declare they had no intentions to get the injection, with 63 percent stating they had no plans. In comparison, 62 percent of unvaccinated persons earning less than $50,000 and 58 percent earning more than $100,000 are unvaccinated.
Suburban regions had the greatest percentage of unvaccinated people who had no plans to be vaccinated, with 67% indicating they had no intention of getting vaccinated.
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