More than 6 in 10 Democrats believe that people should be required to show proof they were vaccinated before entering public indoor spaces, while only 29 per cent of Republicans feel the same.
A new Rasmussen Reports poll released Monday shows 44 per cent of American adults are in favor of the measure – with 65 per cent of Democrats claiming the requirements should be nationwide and 25 per cent claiming it should not.
Thirty-six per cent of independents want the vaccine requirements for indoor public spaces such as restaurants, gyms and theaters.
The poll comes after New York City this month became the first place in the U.S. to mandate people show proof of vaccination before entering indoor public places. Read more…