Fewer than half of likely voters favor a “vaccine passport” that would that would allow a person to travel, shop, attend events and interact with others.
The Rasmussen national survey found that 44% say “requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination to return to pre-pandemic activities is a good idea.”
Only 41% said it is a bad idea, and 15% said they aren’t sure. The poll was conducted March 30-31.
Among those who say they have already been vaccinated, the support for the requirement was higher, at 62%. (Read more from “Poll Reveals How Many Americans Favor Vaccine Passports” HERE)