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Poll Shows Arizonans Divided On Trying Potential COVID-19 Vaccine


Fewer than 40 percent of Arizonans say they’ll take a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. That’s according to a new poll from OH Predictive insights that surveyed likely voters last week.

About the same number of residents say they would take a vaccine and about a quarter of respondents are undecided. However, the poll shows the elderly are more likely get vaccinated. In addition, nearly 90 percent of Democrats are still very concerned about COVID while less than a quarter of Republicans say they’re worried about the virus.