A recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll unveiled that over half of U.S. adults may decline the new COVID-19 booster vaccine. This national apprehension is deeply rooted in party lines, with a mere 24% of Republicans in favor of the vaccination compared to the 70% of Democrats, chiefly aged 65 years and above, who are largely pro-vaccine. This profound partisan divide extends beyond vaccination perspectives, influencing attitudes toward precautionary measures and the parental rights over children’s immunization choices.
As the discussion around the new COVID-19 booster vaccine intensifies, we want to hear from you! What’s your stance on the new booster vaccine?