The majority of Americans are opposed to endless booster shots but Democrat voters say they are willing to take them, according to a new survey released Wednesday.
The poll from the Convention of States Action in partnership with The Trafalgar Group found that 60.3 percent of voters say they would only take two or less booster shots, but almost four in 10 voters said they were willing to take three or more booster shots.
Among Democrats, 52.3 percent said they were willing to take an endless amount of booster shots. Less than half, 47.7 said they would only get two or less boosters, including 13.8 percent who said they would take none at all.
A majority, 77.6 percent of Republicans said they would only take two or less boosters, while almost half, 49.5 percent, said they would not even take one booster shot. Just 22.4 percent said they would take three or more boosters.
Independents fall in between Republicans and Democrats. 43.2 percent said they would receive three or more boosters while 56.8 percent said they would only take two or less, including 33.3 percent who say none at all.
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Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action, believes the new poll shows declining trust in government.
“Americans are told to ‘trust the science’ on COVID-19 while being subjected to inconsistent and often contradictory information from public health officials such as Dr. Fauci. These numbers demonstrate that large majorities of voters of all stripes are running low on trust and see an end to this pandemic whether or not Washington, DC does,” Meckler said in a statement.
“Voters are also sharply divided along partisan lines, so those who have more trust in government are more likely to go along with whatever is being recommended, while those with less trust are already ignoring it,” he added.
The survey was conducted from Jan. 12-14 over 1,000 likely 2022 election voters. You can view the full report here.
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