January 18 According to a U.S. survey, more than half of the respondents suspect that the progress of COVID-19 vaccination in the United States is too slow, and the similar proportion of respondents believe that the local government has not explained the vaccination process clearly.
CBS commissioned the British Public Investigative Company to investigate 2,166 people across the United States from 13 to 16 this month, and released the results on the 17th.
According to the survey, 59% of the respondents thought that the vaccination process in the United States was too slow, and 57% believed that the state government did not explain the vaccination process in detail.
When asked what would happen if they were given the vaccination opportunity, 41% expressed their willingness to be vaccinated as soon as possible, an increase of 11 percentage points over the same survey results last July; 22% of the respondents were unwilling to be vaccinated, an increase of 2 percentage points compared with the survey results last July.
According to the survey, 28% of African-Americans are willing to get vaccinated as soon as possible and 28% of those who do not intend to be vaccinated.
Of all respondents, 52% thought they could be vaccinated before the end of this summer, 19% thought they could be vaccinated later this year, and 9% thought they would not be vaccinated until next year.
The survey also found that people aged 65 and above are the most willing to get vaccinated, and 70% of them want to be vaccinated by this summer.