Polling shows that 77 percent of those who are vaccinated against coronavirus are willing to get a booster shot, while only 11 percent said no. Twelve percent are unsure.
“Some officials are saying that people who have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 may need to get a booster shot to increase their immunity,” Rasmussen Reports asked. “Would you be willing to get such booster shot?”
Of the 77 percent who said yes, 81 percent were men, 72 percent were women. 67 percent were Republicans, and 85 percent were Democrats.
Along racial lines, black and white Americans were pretty close, 73 to 77 percent, respectively.
As someone who believes in the vaccine, this is good news, and it also shows that one of the weaker arguments against getting vaccinated is not penetrating among the vaccinated.
Those opposed to the coronavirus vaccine have all kinds of arguments, and a