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Poll: 47% Of Republican Men Said They Would Not Get Vaccinated | The ReidOut | MSNBC


A recent poll found the strongest vaccine hesitancy among Republican men. A Marist poll in mid-March concluded 47% of Republican men said they would not be vaccinated. Aired on 04/06/2021.
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Poll: 47% Of Republican Men Said They Would Not Get Vaccinated | The ReidOut | MSNBC


    1. Richard Christie…The Problem is that you’re in New Zealand, and still watching MSNBC ( The DNC’s Propaganda Wing of the Party) in order to get your “NEWS” about the USA…and yet somehow still believe that you’re getting “FACTUAL INFORMATION ” and Actual “JOURNALISM”….LMFAO

    2. @JJ. Harvey Humour me please JJ and answer two questions for me:
      Did Donald Trump win the 2020 election?
      How old is planet Earth?

    3. @Richard Christie Are you asking if I’m aware a Man with severe Dementia , Joe Biden is now the 46th US President or if Anyone with connected Brain Cells believes that A Candidate who couldn’t draw 50 people at any one campaign Rally, actually received a Record 80 million legitimate American Votes….2nd, that Scientists have dated the Earth at 4.54 Billion Years Old ( give or take 50 million years) vs. Religious Scholars that date the Earth at 8,000 years Old & how can they possibly Differ so drastically …RC…Now “Humor” me, tell me where do you believe the 2020/2021 COVID World Pandemic originated ? & How was it spread all over the Planet within just a couple of months?

    4. @JJ. Harvey Try again please, without all the obfuscation. Did Donald Trump actually win the election by receiving more voter support than Biden (or not)?
      How old is planet Earth?, tell me what you accept as the answer, I’m not interested in a list of competing hypothesis but am interested in your conclusion.

      COVID 19 is currently of unknown origin. Most probable hypotheses currently point to it originating in wildlife (bats) and crossing the species barrier to humans, as has happened with corona type viruses in the past and as will almost certainly happen again in the future. Its virulence easily explains its global spread.

    1. @Beachdudeca “Yea.but the bulk of Black Dems refuse to wear masks or get a vaccine shot”

      Oh look it’s another of Trump’s poorly educated.

      Here you go:

      White people, the researchers found, were the least likely of any race to wear a mask consistently, with just 46 percent reporting that they wear one while in close contact with people they do not live with. That was compared with 67 percent of Black people, 63 percent of Latinos and 65 percent of people from other races.

      Dr. Uché Blackstock, founder and CEO of Advancing Health Equity and a Yahoo Life medical contributor, says the statistics aren’t unexpected. “It’s not terribly surprising,” Blackstock says. “The videos that we’ve seen on social media and television of people refusing to wear a mask or demonstrating against it have been predominantly white.”

    2. Most who refuse believe they are OK because they are too tough, too manly to be concerned about any virus. They are candidates for a Darwin in 3 ways. Of course, they might die from the more deadly strains going around. About 1/3 of those who survive the infection have long-term disabilities. Some disabilities are neurological, and include erectile dysfunction. Their permanently limp d… will demonstrate their toughness and manliness, and also remove them from the reproductive pool. And there is one other effect, which is social. When they boast that they didn’t take the vaccine because they are too tough for any virus, they are informing prospective partners that they are almost certainly loaded with multiple other viruses.

    1. Funny,,,,,coming from someone who is apparently in love with an orange dictator wanna be…
      Bet he is excited for Putin today, he will be allowed to run for president 2 more times…wonder how that’ll work out for russians.,,wanna know who decided that one.? Donnie I am sure called and congratulated Putin..

    1. Except the variances they generate will probably be more and more infectious and deadly with no vaccine to protect US that are intelligent enough to get a vaccine.

    1. Oh, don’t worry about it. I’m pretty sure that the vaccine is merely tagging people for death.

    1. Do you even know what is in vaccines?? Do you know what an immune system is and what is needed to operate normally?? You obviously don’t know the importance of good GI health is.

  1. But they still demand Baby Cheesus get all the credit for the vaccines they’ll never take.

  2. “….47% of Republican men said they would not be vaccinated…..”
    A really great way to shorten voter queues in Georgia elections.

  3. I really need to figure out another country to move too. America had a good run ya’ll. lol

  4. Jesus loves and cares about you so much so repent so That we all make it to heaven.

    Like so more people can see this

  5. brilliantly said, ty both. i took the only one offered in my tiny town as soon as it was available to my age group, 1c. the 28 day waiting period (for j & j) is nearly over and i feel great, and safer. don’t be afraid!!

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