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Fewer Americans say they are “very likely” to get the coronavirus vaccine – Dateway

A new Rasmussen poll has found that far fewer Americans are “very likely” to be vaccinated against the coronavirus compared to the demand to return in April.

When the question was first asked, 70% of Americans said they were likely to get the vaccine, including 53% who said they were “very likely” to get it.

Eight months later and with strict lockdowns still a reality for many Americans, that number has now dropped significantly.

A new national phone and online survey from Rasmussen Reports found that 62% of Americans said they were likely to get the vaccine, with just 39% saying they were “very likely” to do so.

The drop came despite a massive public relations campaign urging Americans to get vaccinated and suggesting they would be irresponsible not to.

The poll also found that 49% of Americans think the vaccine will be “safe and effective” while 21% are not and 30% are unsure.

Social media giants have said they will step up efforts to crack down on reports suggesting the vaccine is unnecessary or dangerous.

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