Breaking: Poll Shows America Is Skeptical Of Health Officials & Vaccines

A recent poll shows that a third of Americans believe health officials are lying about vaccine safety.

“Distrust of public health officials is higher among the unvaccinated, particularly those who say they don’t plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the future,” according to the Rasmussen poll released Friday.

Thirty-two percent of adult Americans think the public health officials are lying about the safety of the coronavirus vaccine, and two-thirds have no intention of getting the coronavirus vaccine.

Forty-eight percent of Americans do not think health officials are lying, and 20 percent are not sure.

Among those surveyed, 63 percent acknowledge receiving the coronavirus vaccination, and 32 percent have not.  More than half of the unvaccinated have no plans to do so.

Among those who have already gotten the COVID-19 vaccine, only 21 percent think public health officials are lying about the safety of vaccines. However, that number rises to 50 percent among the unvaccinated, while 63 percent of those who say they aren’t vaccinated against coronavirus and don’t plan to get the vaccine in the future believe public health officials are lying about the vaccine safety of COVID-19 vaccines.

Forty-four percent of Republicans and twenty-three percent of Democrats are untrusting of health officials and the coronavirus vaccine.  According to the poll, more Democrats have received the vaccine.

“Among those who haven’t gotten a coronavirus vaccination yet, 64 percent of Republicans, 38 percent of Democrats, and 53 percent of the unaffiliated don’t plan to get vaccinated in the future,” according to the report. 

The report regarding coronavirus and vaccines is overshadowed by the origin investigation, big tech censorship, and corporate media neglect.

Meanwhile, Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Dr. Fauchi recommends that people in places with low vaccination rates should “go the extra mile” and wear a mask even if they are fully vaccinated.

Anchor Chuck Todd said, “Well, let’s talk about a specific here. We know Mississippi is one of the lowest —I believe the lowest vaccinated, has the lowest vaccination rate in the country. You’re in Biloxi, Mississippi, right now, Dr. Fauci. Would you be wearing a mask—  you are fully vaccinated, but you be wearing a mask in Biloxi, Mississippi?”

Fauci said, “I think there would be good reason to do that. As we’ve said so often, vaccines, even as good as they are and they are highly effective, nothing is 100%. if you put yourself in an environment in which you have a high level of viral dynamics and a very low level of vaccine, you might want to go the extra step and say, when I’m in that area where there’s a considerable degree of viral circulation, I might want to go the extra mile, to be cautious enough to make sure I get the extra added level of protection even though the vaccines themselves are highly effective.”

It is nearly impossible to trust the information or source as it is constantly changing.