A national survey conducted online and via telephone by Rasmussen Reports concluded on Friday that 49 percent of American adults believe “it is likely” that side effects of COVID-19 vaccines have caused a “significant number of unexplained deaths.”
Those surveyed include 28 percent who believe that it is “Very Likely” that COVID-19 vaccines caused significant numbers of “unexplained” deaths.
The survey included 1,000 American adults and was conducted from December 28th to December 30th with a sampling error of margin +/-3 percentage points and a 95 percent confidence level.
14 percent of those surveyed stated they were unsure if the COVID-19 vaccines have caused significant numbers of deaths, while 17 percent believe it is “Not At All Likely.”
Of the group surveyed, 28 percent stated they know someone personally whose death “may have been caused” by COVID-19 side effects.
71 percent of the group’s participants revealed they were vaccinated while 26 percent stated they were unvaccinated. Overall, the concerns about the safety of vaccines were much higher in the unvaccinated group.
National Survey of 1,000 American Adults
Conducted December 28-30, 2022
By Rasmussen Reports
Have you received a COVID-19 vaccination?
How likely is it that side effects of COVID-19 vaccines have caused a significant number of unexplained deaths?
Do you personally know anyone whose death you think may have been caused by side effects of COVID-19 vaccines?
Questions asked in COVID-19 vaccination survey conducted on December 28th-30th by Rasmussen Reports.
Which is closer to your belief, that there are legitimate reasons to be concerned about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, or that people who worry about vaccine safety are spreading conspiracy theories?
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Unlike research firms like Gallup, Harris, and Roper, the methodology employed by Rasmussen Reports uses a “single, digitally-recorded, voice” to conduct interviews. This ensures that every person polled hearts “exactly the same question, from the exact same voice, asked with the exact same inflection every single time.”