The possibility that coronavirus vaccines could be developed is a concern for most Americans. “major”Side effects are common, with four out of ten identifying at least one. “minor”Rasmussen Reports found side effects due to the jab.
The survey revealed that 56 percent of respondents believe vaccines are effective. “effective”at “preventing infection with the virus,”Only 26 percent of them believe that it is. “very” effective. A third of vaccine users, or 38 percent, don’t think they have had any success with the vaccines. Seven percent are still unsure.
They were asked however if they were worried about vaccines. “major side effects,”57% of respondents said they feel at least somewhat worried. 31% are concerned. “very”40 percent of respondents are least concerned. “very” concerned. Only 18% of them are “not at all concerned.”
Nearly three quarters (74 percent) of Republicans and 43 percent of Democrats are both concerned about vaccines. “major” side effects.
Twitter warns users that American Heart Association’s website may not be secure. “unsafe,”It published an abstract of research that linked mRNACOVID-19 jabs and heart inflammation in one its medical journals. https://t.co/n8SrapoNED
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 3, 2021
34% of respondents who were vaccinated said that they had experienced side effects. “minor”While seven percent reported side effects, only seven percent claimed they had. “major.”
The majority of those polled said that they had been vaccinated. Only 30% haven’t.
Per Rasmussen Reports:
Concerns about COVID-19 vaccine side effects are highly correlated with doubts about the vaccine’s effectiveness. Only 14% of those who think the vaccines prevent COVID-19 infection are very concerned about side effects. 71%, on the other hand, are extremely concerned about side effect in COVID-19 vaccinations.
Surveys were taken among 1,011 adults from the U.S. between November 30, 2022 and December 1, 2022. There is a +/– 3 percent error margin. It follows action taken by Florida, which in October announced new vaccine guidance, advising against the coronavirus mRNA shot for men under the age of 40 following an analysis which showed an Increase of 84 percent in “the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.”
Twitter initially censored Florida’s Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo over the announcement:
We released today a COVID-19 analysis that the public should be familiar with. It was found that men aged between 18 and 39 are at greater risk for cardiac-related deaths. FL will not hide the truth.
Press Release: https://t.co/Y0r9yepi7F
— Joseph A. Ladapo, MD, PhD (@FLSurgeonGen) October 7, 2022
Contrary to President Biden’s misinformation, vaccines or booster shots are not effective in preventing the transmission of the virus.
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