Depressing and stunning new polling reveals that many Americans have not only banned unvaccinated family members from their holiday gatherings, but they have cut them off altogether.
This comes as differing views on the COVID-19 vaccine have brought our nation’s deep cultural and political divisions to a fever pitch.
Of the 2,000 Americans surveyed by One Poll on Nov. 2, a stunning 63 percent say that they don’t want unvaccinated family members over for the holidays, while 58 percent say they’ve cut ties with their relations who refuse to get the jab.
Just under half of unvaccinated respondents, or 49 percent, said they have stopped communicating with family members who don’t understand why they won’t get the vaccine.
Seven in 10 respondents, meanwhile, say that