Kamil Krzaczynski – AFP / Getty ImagesA man receives the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine at the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 399 union hall vaccination site in Chicago on April 6. (Kamil Krzaczynski – AFP / Getty Images)
Barely one-fifth of Americans who have yet to be vaccinated said they would receive Johnson & Johnson’s shot following its temporary pause by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention due to extremely rare blood clots, a new poll finds.
Just 22 percent of Americans said that they would be willing to receive the one-dose vaccine, according to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released Monday.
Conversely, nearly 75 percent said that they would be unwilling to receive it.
Confidence in the vaccine was underwater among both vaccinated and unvaccinated adults as well, with just 46 percent saying that it was either very or somewhat safe.
The decrease in confidence,