Three in five vaccine rejectors believe that infertility (62%) or changes in a person’s DNA (60%) could occur with the vaccination.
Four in five Americans (83%) who reject getting the vaccine believe that the possibility of a bad reaction to the vaccine is a bigger risk than the possibility of getting the virus itself (17%).
A majority of vaccine rejectors (54%) believe it is safe to resume normal activities right now — something only 22% of Americans think is the case.
While Newsom gets mixed evaluations from respondents in the West, a region dominated in any poll by Californians, Jenner receives decidedly negative reviews.
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Democrats have maintained a net favorable view of Liz Cheney (+18), Republicans have not (-30).
A quarter of heavy podcast listeners say they like when brands engage customers with ads on podcasts, just behind other advertising channels such as online (31%) and on TV (26%).
Democrats are as likely to have a positive opinion of Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff (42%) as have no opinion at all (39%).
Just one-quarter of Americans (25%) believe that public schools should be allowed to punish students for what they say online, outside of school.
An Economist/YouGov poll finds that Americans tend to approve of allowing judges to sentence minors to life without parole by 45% to 36%.
Both Republicans and Democrats are willing to spend more on infrastructure (70% of Democrats and 50% of Republicans).
Three in 10 Democrats (29%) of Democrats have a favorable opinion of Senator Joe Manchin; 39% have an unfavorable opinion of him.
Among those who are parents to at least one child under 18, a majority (57%) think that it is safe for children to go to summer camp this year.
Americans tend to believe President Biden has successfully accomplished two popular goals: administering 200 million COVID-19 vaccines and passing a COVID-19 relief package.
Data from YouGov finds that six in 10 Americans (62%) feel it is important that their romantic partner has religious beliefs that are similar to their own.
Americans tend to believe Facebook made the right decision (49% vs 36%) in suspending Donald Trump’s access following the attack on the U.S. Capitol building.
Only 5% of those who won’t get vaccinated think there is anything that could change their minds; nearly four in five (79%) say nothing could convince them.
Three in five (63%) vaccine-refusers believe it is safe for unvaccinated people to socialize indoors with other unvaccinated people without wearing a mask.
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This year, half of Americans celebrating Mother’s Day will be in-person (51%) compared to 38% last year.