A new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey finds that while 70 percent of likely U.S. voters say they’ve received a COVID vaccination, 25 percent have not and, of that group, 53 percent said they do not plan on getting a COVID vaccination.
The numbers of vaccinated and unvaccinated voters are basically unchanged from earlier this month, according to Rasmussen Reports.
Twenty percent of those who are yet to be vaccinated said they plan to, but 27 percent are unsure to go along with the 53 percent who said they do not plan on it.
Seventy-nine percent of those unvaccinated expressed concern about safety of the COVID vaccines — including 52 percent who said they are very concerned.
Forty-six percent of those vaccinated said they had mild side effects while four percent said they had serious side effects. Forty-nine percent said they had no side effects at all.