The Biden administration has relentlessly promoted the safety and the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines as the best way to avoid serious illness, if not death.
President Joe Biden and his team believe that so much that they want to forcibly stick a needle in the arm of everyone who has declined the shots so far as the way out of the pandemic.
But a new poll curiously shows that those who are jabbed remain most concerned about COVID.
Rasmussen Reports, a conservative pollster, released a survey that found 74 percent of American adults are already vaccinated, and that 67 percent of that group have gotten the booster shot, or what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now wants to call “up to date.”
“That means that more than 49% of adults are both vaccinated and boosted,” Rasmussen noted.
But, the pollster added, “Interestingly, being vaccinated against COVID-19 doesn’t relieve concerns about the disease – in fact, the opposite appears to be true.”
Rasmussen pointed out that 64 percent of its 1,000 respondents say they’re “personally concerned” about the threat of the virus. That includes 33 percent who are “very concerned.”
On the other hand, just 12 percent are “not at all concerned” about COVID-19.
But, Rasmussen added, “Vaccinated Americans are more concerned about the coronavirus threat than the unvaccinated, and those who have gotten COVID-19 vaccine booster shots are most concerned.”
Among the unvaxxed, 36 percent say they are personally concerned about the coronavirus, including 13 percent described as “very concerned.”
But among the jabbed, 75 percent are concerned about COVID-19, including 41 percent who reply they are “very concerned,” Rasmussen noted.
Those rates climb – to 81 percent and 48 percent, respectively – when considering those who are boosted.
As one might expect, since Biden, and not former President Donald Trump, who launched Operation Warp Speed that delivered the vaccines in less than a year, promotes the shots, Democrats are more likely than Republicans or independents to have been vaccinated [86 percent versus 68 percent each] and boosted [79 percent versus 59 percent and 58 percent].
Accordingly, 52 percent of Democrats, who are overwhelmingly vaccinated and are demanding that for everyone else, report they are personally “very concerned” about the threat of COVID-19, compared to only 22 percent of Republicans and 26 percent of independents, Rasmussen said.
Rasmussen, however, did not offer an opinion on the results – which are curious since the same dominant liberal information sources, including the national media and the federal public health bureaucracy, simultaneously promote the efficacy of the vaccines and their inability to contain omicron, now the primary virus strain in the country.
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One Reply to “Poll: By A Wide Margin, The Vaxxed And Boosted Are More Concerned About COVID Than The Unvaxxed”
I’m more concerned about not hearing the total truth about Covid anyday, than catching it!!