Real Chemistry has been tracking vaccine confidence in the American population since November 2020. If we look at the attributes of Americans who are ambivalent about vaccination, we see that living in a small town, having right-leaning ideologies, or being Black/African American is not the reason why these groups are less willing to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. Instead, we have discovered underlying factors that are common in these three groups—as well as for many other segments of the American population. We’ll be in this fight as long as it takes because making the world a healthier place is why we do what we do.

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