Fewer than half of likely voters consider a vaccine passport a “good idea,” a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed this week the White House is working with private companies to “make some recommendations” for the development of vaccine passports in the United States. However, less than half of likely voters view this as a “good idea.”
Rasmussen asked respondents, “Is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to return to pre-pandemic activities a good idea or a bad idea?”
Forty-four percent of likely voters said it is a “good idea,” 41 percent said it is a “bad idea,” and 15 percent said they are not sure. Notably, the divide between those who believe it is a good and bad idea is within the survey’s +/- 3 percent margin of error.
Democrats are far more likely than Republicans to view vaccine passports as