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About 6.7 Million Texans Say No To Taking COVID Vaccine

Posted on the 28 November 2021 by Jobsanger
About 6.7 Million Texans Say No To Taking COVID Vaccine
The chart above is from the newest Dallas Morning News / UT-Tyler Poll -- done between November 9th and 16th of 1,106 registered voters in Texas, with a 2.9 point margin of error.

It shows that about 23% of Texans say they will not take the COVID vaccine (5% say it is unlikely and 18% say definitely no). That's about 6.7 million people in Texas who refuse to take the vaccine, and provides a significant sample in which the virus can continue to grow.

This provides a danger to all Texans, since the longer the virus continues, the more it will mutate -- possibly into forms that can resist the vaccine.

This did not have to be this way, and is almost entirely because of the way the Republican governor and other elected officials have opposed both masks and vaccines. They have turned the pandemic into a political game - a game that will unnecessarily kill many Texans.


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