More than half of voters say they worry about side effects from Covid-19 vaccines. More than half also say they don't think the federal government should have the power to force vaccination.
That's according to a recent survey by Rasmussen Reports.
According to the results, 54% of likely U.S. voters say they are concerned about Covid-19 vaccine side effects. Among them, 27% report being "very concerned."
Another 44% say they are not concerned about vaccine side effects. That includes 19% who report they are "not at all" concerned."
Chris von Duering says
It's a double edged sword. I've met so many people that experienced severe side effects and so many people that have passed from Covid. Having had Covid I prefer my natural antibodies over the shot but may be forced into testing/taking this new vaccine. Praying for a lawsuit that completely suspends vaccine mandates for federal contractors.
Daniel Brent says
Happened yesterday Chris! I'm a contractor too, federal judge put a stay on it.
Every single one of biden's vax mandates have now been stopped by the federal judiciary.
Just FYI, not sure if all have heard this yet; all of the anti-mandate lawsuits have now been combined and all are going to be heard in the 6th Circuit.
Stephen Triesch says
By now, most people probably have experienced these side effects themselves, know someone who has, or read about them in the news. The frenzy to mandate vaccination, punish the unvaccinated, and suppress/censor negative stories about the vaccines seems to parallel the slow seepage of the vaccines' hazards into public awareness. The more people know about the hazards, the greater the pressure to force vaccination.
Here in Washington State, the State's PSAs clearly target groups deemed to be vaccine skeptics: religious people (they hired a female Presbyterian minister for one ad), pregnant women (they hired one for an ad), blacks (they hired one for an ad), and parents with children - some ads feature children's voices clambering to be vaccinated because of how cool it is.
I saw a comment the other day that hit the nail on the head...
Are you getting the vaccine because it is good and effective, or, are you getting the vaccine because the marketing is good?
Paul A Sikora says
People should be concerned especially since the current regime wishes to jab our kids.
Good to see the propaganda by both the Government and Corporate Media has failed ,and that the facts are getting out.
I might be an outlier. I have received both the Pfizer initial vaccines, and recently received the Pfizer booster vaccine. I had zero side effects from this vaccine.
On the other hand, when I got the shingle vaccine, both shots six months apart, last year, I had flu like symptoms and sore arm for two days. Likewise, I got my pneumococcal vaccine recently, about a month past the Pfizer booster. I had a sore arm and was a little more tired than usual. However, not a big deal since I took Tylenol to help with any soreness.
Stephen Triesch says
Nobody is claiming that the Pfizer vaccine has immediate and obvious adverse effects on everyone, or even on most people. It's actually the same with Covid-19 - most cases are asymptomatic or resemble a mild-to-moderate cold.