Poll: Majority of Tennesseans polled refuse to take COVID vaccine
A new poll reveals a majority of Tennesseans are not willing to take a coronavirus vaccine.
The data compiled by the group designsensory Intelligence says 69 percent of the 1,045 residents who are from each of the state’s 95 counties said they would not accept the free shot identified as white and conservative.
Most of those who were hesitant to take the vaccine told the group they were not sure of the necessity or the safety of the drug, that the serum was unsafe, and that the vaccine was rushed into production and not tested enough to reveal any long-term effects.
(IMAGE: Associated Press)