Vaccine mandate divisions aren’t just partisan
Of course, those deep partisan divides persist, as this and so many other polls show. Just a quarter of Republicans consider vaccine mandates acceptable (26%) while a whopping 82% of Democrats say vaccine mandates are acceptable.
And three-quarters of Democrats say the government can take effective action against the pandemic, while just one-third of Republicans say the same, Fintech Zoom found.
The Point: Americans’ views on vaccine mandates still differ largely on party lines. But there are generational divides within the parties, too.