In 2015, 1,027 Americans adults were asked: “Do you think parents should be required to have their children vaccinated against preventable diseases such as measles, mumps and rubella or polio if the children are healthy enough to be vaccinated?” There was solid support for mandatory vaccination of children throughout all demographics and subgroups.
72% of Republicans said vaccinations should be required. 27% said no.
86% of Democrats said yes. 14% said no.
Today, a poll was released in which respondents were asked: “Do you believe K-12 schools should be allowed to mandate vaccines for their students?”
14% of Republicans said yes. 74% said no.
64% of Democrats said yes. 20% said no.
dem split on this question is 64/20, gop split is 14/74 https://t.co/8RHtrEd0fd
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) February 16, 2022
Congratulations, Republicans. You did it. You’re now the anti-vaxxers.