COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor Dashboard

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55%
The public is becoming more enthusiastic about getting a COVID-19 vaccine. A majority (55%) have either already gotten an initial dose or want to get it as soon as they can, up 8 points since January
1 in 3
All demographic groups show an increase in the share who have been vaccinated or want to ASAP, but enthusiasm levels vary. 1 in 3 Black adults want to “wait and see” how the vaccines work in others.
23%
7% say they would get vaccinated “only if required” for work, school or other activities. 15% say they definitely will not get vaccinated. This group is disproportionately rural and Republican.
26%
A new COVID-19 vaccine that requires 1 shot instead of 2 is now available in the US, and that could make a difference to some in the “wait-and-see” mode now. A quarter of that group say a 1-dose vaccine would make them more likely to get vaccinated.

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When People See Wearing a Mask as Part of Everyone’s Responsibility, They Are More Likely to Do So

Adherence to public health guidance in the coronavirus pandemic is likely affected by the public framing of the issue. A new KFF Health Tracking Poll finds that the use of protective face masks varies depending on whether people view it as a personal choice or collective responsibility.

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80%

In a December KFF Health Tracking Poll, 80% of the public favors Congressional action to protect patients from surprise billing from out-of-network providers. This includes 85% of Democrats, 81% of independents, and 79% of Republicans

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