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The share of adults who say they’d get a coronavirus vaccine if one became available reached 48 percent, the lowest point in Morning Consult polling, as confidence wavered among Democrats last week.
In the Oct. 8-10 poll, 55 percent of Democrats said they’d seek a coronavirus vaccine, down from 60 percent the week before, while the share among Republicans remained level at 48 percent and independents dipped 2 points, to 41 percent.
During the spring, around 80% of Democrats, a high, were willing to take the vaccine. Now it’s done to 55%.
Now, despite the media narrative, there are reasonable reasons to be skeptical of taking some vaccines, and particularly a vaccine developed at breakneck speed, but the Democrats went from pressuring social media to suppress any content skeptical of vaccines as a threat to public health, to going that route themselves.
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