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A new Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey shows just 31 percent of American adults believe public schools should make the COVID shot mandatory for students.

Fifty-eight percent of American adults oppose such an idea.

It’s a double-digit drop in support for making the shot mandatory since August when 43 percent said they supported the idea.

Of those who responded and have children or grandchildren in school currently, 61 percent oppose mandatory COVID shots.

Fifty-four percent of Democrats want mandated COVID shots for kids. Seventy-nine percent of Republicans oppose such mandates. Unaffiliated voters opposed the idea 63-23.


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