A Gallup Poll Says 66% of Americans Are Not Satisfied With The Biden Administration’s Vaccine Rollout

Gallup Poll: Most Dissatisfied With Vaccine Rollout Under Biden

Join Our Telegram channel here:

A new Gallup poll suggests that two-thirds of Americans are not satisfied with the national rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine under Biden

A new Gallup poll, conducted between Jan. 25-31, showed that out of 4,098 adults, 66% were not satisfied with the administration and distribution process for the vaccine as the responsibility for it shifted to the Biden administration, and 21% said they are very dissatisfied.

Moreover, 34% stated they are satisfied, and 4% said they are very satisfied.

The survey also reported that Democrats were more dissatisfied than Republicans:

  • 79% of Democrats claimed they are dissatisfied.
  • 51% of Republicans said they are dissatisfied, while 49% of them said they are satisfied.
  • 63% of independents stated they are not satisfied.

Additionally, since Gallup started asking people about the vaccine in July, this poll showed  the highest percentage of them saying they are willing to take it:

  • 71% said they’re now open to getting a vaccine, including 9% who said they had had one dose.
  • 91% of Democrats said they are likely to get the vaccine.
  • 51% of Republicans claim they are likely to get it.

The poll included a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

Last week, Biden said that one of the disappointments during his transition to the White House was that “the circumstances related to how the [Trump] administration was handling COVID was even more dire than we thought.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over 32.8 million Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine, with more than 9.8 million getting both doses.

Join Our Telegram channel here:


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker