NMSU Study Examines American Attitude Toward COVID Vaccine

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A new study co-authored by a New Mexico State University researcher examines American attitudes toward COVID-19 immunization.

The study polled more than 1,800 American adults. Fifty-two percent of the participants indicated they were “very likely” to take the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, 27 percent said they were “somewhat likely” to take the vaccine, and there was a vaccine hesitancy rate of 22 percent of the participants who said they were either “not likely” or “definitely not” going to take the vaccine.

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