Poll: Give COVID-19 Vaccine to High-risk Americans First

A Harris Poll finds Americans want a US-approved COVID-19 vaccine allocated here first, the rest of the world next, and our most vulnerable take priority.

If the first COVID-19 vaccine is approved in the US, most Americans say that vaccinating US citizens should be a priority before the vaccine is shared internationally and that within the US, those at high-risk for the infection and its complications should be the first to receive it.

Results of a Harris Poll conducted August 14-16, 2020, for online news outlet Axios, reveal more on how Americans would prioritize access to the immunization. Click through a summary, below.


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