Sixty-two percent (62%) of registered voters polled said restaurant owners, not the government, should decide whether to require proof of Covid-19, such as a "vaccine passport." That's according to a recent Scott Rasmussen poll.
Twenty-six percent (26%) said it should be up to the the government.
Twelve percent (12%) said they are unsure whether the government or the restaurant owner should decide whether to require proof of vaccination.
The poll found similar results when asking the same question about a wedding reception, with 63% saying it should be up to the people getting married and the event venue, not the government.
A majority of Republican voters and pluralities of Democrat and other registered voters say the choice belongs to the individuals involved rather than government officials.
A majority of the registered voters polled (54%) support the idea of vaccine passports for public events and 41% do not.