Growing Share of Americans Say They Plan to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine - or Already Have: 77% Think Vaccinations Will Benefit U.S. Economy   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Document: "More than a year after the coronavirus [hyperlink] first arrived in the United States, there are signs of growing public dissatisfaction with the country's response. Performance ratings for how top health and state and local officials have responded to the outbreak continue to decline. And there's less consensus than there was at the start of the outbreak about whether certain steps, like restrictions on restaurants, are necessary. Still, at the outset of President Joe Biden's term, there's more optimism than pessimism that the policies of his administration will improve the country's response to the outbreak. There's also a shared sense that vaccination efforts will play some role in improving the economy - a top public priority. And, as COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] vaccine production and administration efforts in the U.S. continue to ramp up, a new Pew Research Center survey finds public intent to get vaccinated is on the rise."

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