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Survey finds US adults see vaccines as less important than they did in 2001

January 15, 2020

2015 measles outbreak damages support for vaccines

While medical professionals conclusively agree that vaccines are essential for preventing serious diseases, a new survey has uncovered that parents do not share this perspective, particularly parents of younger children. A survey conducted by Gallup found that 84% of parents agree that vaccines are vital for the health of their children, while this is still a vast majority, this is down 10% from the 94% who agreed with this concept back in 2001.

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