Unvaccinated Americans have indicated their resistance to vaccinated against coronavirus despite employer mandates and pleas from doctors or politicians, as found in a recently released survey.
The survey, taken among 1,500 U.S. adults between July 31 and August 3, 2021, listed scenarios to gauge if the unvaccinated would change their minds.
According to the survey, 18 percent of the respondents have no plans to get the jab, and 9 percent remain unsure.
If urged by their doctor, only 6 percent of the unvaccinated respondents would get the shot, while 74 percent would not be persuaded by their doctor, with 20 percent remained unsure. If urged by their state governor, only 4 percent of the unvaccinated respondents would get the shot, while 81 percent said now.
Seventy-five percent of the unvaccinated said they wouldn’t take the shot, even if their employer required them.
The vast majority of unvaccinated Americans reject the various scenarios of persuasion. Which included 78 percent said no to a $100 incentive, 75 percent said no to a requirement for travel, 84 percent said no to a push from former President Trump. Even if the vaccines were fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), 58 percent would not receive the shot, while 30 percent were not sure, and only 13 percent said they would.
The survey’s margin of error is +/- 2.6 percent.
This poll is similar to a July AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey finding that most unvaccinated Americans indicate they will not get the shot. The surveys suggest it not hesitancy of availability issues stopping the unvaccinated from getting the shot.