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What Do Americans Think About Getting Vaccinated Against COVID-19?

Findings from a National Poll

The African American Research Collaborative (AARC) and the Commonwealth Fund, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson and W.K. Kellogg foundations, recently released findings from a nationwide poll of more than 12,000 Americans on COVID-19 vaccine uptake. The poll had the largest sample of African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Americans of any study of COVID-19 vaccine uptake to date.

The poll’s questions sought to find out how Americans, especially rural residents, people of color, and the unvaccinated, are currently thinking about the COVID-19 vaccines, what their concerns are, and how they might be addressed.

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Arnav Shah, Senior Research Associate, Policy and Research, The Commonwealth Fund

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Arnav Shah et al., “What Do Americans Think About Getting Vaccinated Against COVID-19?: Findings from a National Poll,” June 16, 2021.