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Class Predictor of Vaccine Hesitancy

Recent polling from the Kaiser Family Foundation found class being more predictive of vaccine hesitancy than race or political views. About one-third of U.S. adults are unvaccinated. Of those, 42% make less than $40K a year, and 46% have a high school degree or less. The unvaccinated group also tends to include disproportionate shares of adults without health insurance.

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