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Gallup Poll: 35 Percent Say They Would Not Get COVID-19 Vaccine

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By    |   Friday, 07 August 2020 08:35 AM

Sixty-five percent of Americans say they would get a free, FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine if it became “available right now,” while 35% say they would not, a new Gallup poll reveals.

Here are how the survey results, released Friday, break down:

  • 47% of Republicans say they would get the vaccine, compared to 53% who would not.
  • 81% of Democrats would get vaccinated, while 19% would not.
  • 59% of independents say they would get the vaccine, compared to 41% who would not.
  • 56% of those in rural or farm areas would get vaccinated, while 44% would not.
  • 69% of those living in the suburbs would get the vaccine, compared to 31% who would not.
  • 65% of those living in a large city would get vaccinated, while 35% would not.

The poll, conduced July 20-Aug. 2, surveyed 7,632 people. The margin of error is plus or minus 2 percentage points.

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Sixty-five percent of Americans say they would get a free, FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine if it became “available right now,” while 35% say they would not, a new Gallup poll reveals.
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