The Washington Post reports:
A slim majority of American adults support religious exemptions to coronavirus vaccine mandates, but most also say that too many people are using their faith as an excuse to avoid immunization, a new survey found.
The poll by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Interfaith Youth Core found that 51 percent of adults favor letting people opt out of vaccination requirements for religious reasons.
But 59 percent say too many people are leaning on faith to request exemptions. That percentage includes majorities of every major religious group except White evangelical Protestants.
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