Individual freedom to choose to be vaccinated more important for 77 per cent of Trump voters, 一方 81 per cent of Biden voters think more emphasis should be put on overall public health and safety
Among Trump supporters, 32 per cent said they don’t plan on ever getting vaccinated – three per cent of Biden voters said the same.
In the Biden camp, 86 per cent said they had already been vaccinated, 一方 54 per cent of Trump voters said the same.
The figures display the stark partisan divide in fighting the pandemic as the highly transmissible デルタ variant spreads across the country, putting hospitals mainly in the South on high alert.
Around half of all Floridians remain unvaccinated, and the Sunshine State is now averaging around 20.000 new cases every day, 疾病管理予防センターによると.
Vaccine mandates and requirements was also a significant dividing factor between 共和党員 そして 民主党, インクルード poll showed. Among Trump supporters, 77 per cent said it was more important that people be allowed to choose whether to be vaccinated, に比べ 16 per cent among Biden voters.
Biden supporters, by a large majority of 81 パーセント, instead thought that it’s more important to prioritize overall public health by mandating vaccinations for those wishing to take part in everyday activities. のみ 21 per cent of Trump voters agreed.
先月, the Biden administration announced that federal employees would have to be vaccinated or submit to regular testing and wearing masks while at work. 月曜日に, the administration said that the 五角形 will look to make vaccinations mandatory for all 1.3 million active-duty troops “no later” than the middle of next month.