POLL: Most people do not plan to get Covid-19 vaccine in the next 6 months

Most people say they “definitely” do not plan to get a Covid-19 vaccine in the next six months. That’s according to the latest unscientific poll of more than 1,000 people at SharylAttkisson.com.

61% answered “Definitely no” when asked the question.

Sixteen percent (16%) said they definitely will.

About 9% say they are are leaning toward getting it.

Will you get a Covid-19 vaccine in the next 6 months?

16% Definitely yes

61% Definitely no

9% Maybe–leaning yes

11% Maybe–leaning no

3% Unsure

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14 thoughts on “POLL: Most people do not plan to get Covid-19 vaccine in the next 6 months”

    1. Correct. I agree with you. The question should distinguish between people who want to wait until it appears the vaccine is both safe and effective and those who don’t expect to have an opportunity to get the vaccine for more than six months.

  1. No way mRNA pre mark of the beast big phara are evil liars see banned.video anti vaxer Brandy Vaughan found dead after her interview was on banned.video two days ago

  2. So, a whopping 27-40% of Americans will take it. Doesn’t seem to add up as worth all of the money and effort if you ask me. I still think Sweden had the correct plan.

    Keep up the great work. I like reading your perspective on things.

  3. Where can we find a complete list of side effects for each vaccine. I am also concerned about the use of Fetal Tissue in developing vaccines. Which one is most ethical and safe?

  4. I see lot’s of poll requests, one being “Was the 2020 election stolen from Trump”, and I’d like to comment by saying NO … it was STOLEN from the American people … it’s BIGGER than Trump, wake people up !

  5. I don’t fear taking a vaccine, but these new vaccines are developed with a new technology, yet to be proven with long term data. Bill Gates, think Moderna, has stated up to 700,000 could die just from the vaccine. Thanks Bill, I’ll wait!

  6. Hi Sharyl A,

    In Michigan, Gov. Whitmer plans to “help” move people into the YES category by creating a commission to educate Michiganders about the vaccine, as well as identify pockets of “vaccine hesitancy” and reducate them. To keep Michigan safe! You can see how caring she is just by looking at her picture in this article ;-)

    Are other states doing this? I bet this wasn’t only Gretchen’s idea. She’s a big fan of EO’s; here’s the one for the commission:

    And she’s setting priorities about groups. Health care and frontline workers, for example:
    It’s not clear if people must “agree” to a vaccine in order to keep their jobs.
    The article says, “The COVID-19 vaccine will require two doses, separated by three or four weeks depending on the manufacturer. Michiganders should receive both doses in order to have full protection from the virus.”
    I had heard that the vaccine actually doesn’t protect from transmission but only mitigates symptoms. So that’s something I’ll be eager to learn about once the Commission starts rolling out its propa…. er… educational materials.

  7. Sharyl,

    This below-quoted pathologist is wrong :

    “ According to Dr. Roger Hodkinson, one of Canada’s top pathologists and an expert in virology, the COVID-19 pandemic is the ‘greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.’ ”


    shall not / can not be named,
    as that revelation would be
    a TRUTH too far , in this AGE
    of deadly E M O T I O N A L I S M.


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