CR Survey: Only 12% of Americans Would Get a COVID-19 Vaccine ‘Immediately’

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Most Americans say they would wait at least 3 months after a vaccine is available to get it. Nearly one-fifth say they wouldn’t get one at all.

To monitor the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the habits and attitudes of Americans, Consumer Reports’ American Experiences Survey team again interviewed a nationally representative sample of Americans. This time, 2,670 U.S. adults were polled between Oct. 8 and Oct. 26.

Concern Remains High
As COVID-19 cases began to increase again across the country, the majority of Americans continued to express concern about the spread of the virus in their local areas.