Majority of Dems Want VAXX proof requirement in public places

Majority of Dems favor requiring proof of vaccination to enter many public places

In an alarming revelation, a new Rasmussen survey released Monday shows nearly two-thirds of Democrats “think proof of COVID-19 vaccination should be required in public places, but only 29% of Republicans and 36% of those unaffiliated with either major party agree.”

This comes just days after far-left New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared that starting next month, “the city will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter certain indoor businesses.” This includes all indoor restaurants, entertainment venues and gyms.

While 65 percent of Democrats say citizens should be required to essentially “show their papers” in order to enter such establishments, 65 percent of Republicans and 54 percent of Independents oppose requiring such documentation. Overall, 44 percent of American adults favor the VAX proof requirement while 47 percent oppose it, according to Rasmussen.

Fifty-one percent “approve of the recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendation that people ‘wear a mask indoors in public’ to ‘maximize protection from the Delta variant’ of COVID-19, even if they’re already vaccinated.”

In addition, the survey found that only 30 percent of the country things we are winning the war against the virus.

Meanwhile, only 35 percent of likely voters think the country is headed in the right direction, while 58 percent think the nation “is headed down the wrong track.” It’s actually good news for Joe Biden, because that percentage is up three points from a week ago, and last year at this time when Donald Trump was still in office, only 28 percent believed the country was on the right track. Sixty-six percent said the country was headed in the wrong direction at that time.

But having to show proof of vaccination doesn’t sit well with lots of people on social media, either. It’s a problem because a recent report on CNN said “Fully vaccinated people who get a Covid-19 breakthrough infection can transmit the virus,” according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The story referred to data that suggests “vaccinated people who get a breakthrough infection could have a similar tendency to spread the virus as the unvaccinated.”

That’s why the CDC flipped on its guidance again last week, CNN said, quoting Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC director.


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