Little can be done to persuade unvaccinated Americans to get the coronavirus shot, a CNBC/Change Research poll released this week found.
Change Research conducted the survey August 30 to September 2, days before President Biden’s coronavirus address, where he announced sweeping vaccine mandates and scolded unvaccinated Americans, warning that “patience is running thin.”
The survey found that the vast majority of unvaccinated Americans, 83 percent, do not plan on getting the jab. Moreover, the survey, taken among 1,775 respondents, also found that there is little that can be done to persuade them to do so. The vast majority, or 84 percent, of the unvaccinated, said they would not get the shot, even if the vaccines had no side effects, and 87 percent said employer mandates would not move them to take action either.
“Just 5% and 4% of respondents, respectively, said those things would make them ‘much more likely’ to