ABC News reports:
Marking the strength of vaccine resistance among some Americans, if a workplace mandate were imposed, three-quarters of unvaccinated workers say they’d quit their job (42%) or seek a health or religious exemption (35%).
If those who sought an exemption didn’t get one, most say they’d then quit. In all, assuming no exemptions, 72% of unvaccinated workers not currently facing a workplace mandate threaten to walk if faced with one.
On the issue of vaccine information, one-third of unvaccinated Americans say they’ve heard or read things about the vaccines that have swayed them against getting a shot.
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BREAKING: Vaccine hesitancy has dropped in the face of the delta surge, with the share of Americans who are disinclined to get a coronavirus shot are now just half what it was last January, per a new @ABC News/WaPo poll. https://t.co/gmO0kMH5OH
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) September 5, 2021