Poll: 78 Percent of “Fully Vaccinated” Democrats Still Wearing Masks

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According to a recent YouGov poll, a majority of Americans considered (for now) “fully vaccinated” are continuing to wear face masks “always” or “most of the time.”

Roughly one third of Republican respondents claim to still wear their mask even after being fully vaccinated, while a whopping 78 percent of Democrats wear their mask outside the home despite supposedly being protected by a full dose of the vaccine.

The same percentage of Democrat respondents believe that masking should continue to be forced by the government, while 20 percent of self-described Rebublicans agree.

A clear correlation between masks and vaccines exists, with continued masking being much more likely among the vaccinated. 65 percent of those who describe themselves as fully vaccinated are continuing to mask always or most of the time, while a majority (57 percent) of unvaccinated respondents never wear a mask or wear one “some of the time.”

Data indicating any correlation between mask use and lower spread of respiratory viruses has yet to be found, yet masks continue to be promoted and mandated by politicians and health officials as useful and necessary mitigation devices. This while Florida, a state that never mandated masking, now reports the lowest daily average of COVID cases of any state and Florida sues Biden, NASA over COVID vaccine mandates for federal contractors.




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