While there was little racial difference in who wants the vaccine, there were sharp partisan differences, according to the poll. Among Republican men, 49% said they did not plan to get the shot, compared with just 6% of Democratic men who said the same.
Among those who said they supported President Trump in the 2020 election, 47% said they did not plan to get a coronavirus vaccine compared with just 10% of Biden supporters. Similarly, compared with “big city” respondents, rural residents were more likely to say that they did not plan to take a coronavirus vaccine.
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There’s not much difference between white and Black Americans on reluctance to take the COVID-19 vaccine, a new poll finds, despite a lot of attention on hesitancy in Black communities.
There were, however, sharp partisan differences.https://t.co/wFTxNStT02
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