A new survey reveals that a third of those in Texas who responded are determined not to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Community Impact reported Thursday that the survey results were conducted in mid January and published this past week by the University of Houston’s Hobby School of Public Affairs. Twenty-two-percent of participants said they won’t be getting the vaccine, and another ten-percent said they probably wouldn’t get it.
Nearly 14-hundred Texans were part of the survey. They were selected from a broad cross section background of gender, age, ethnicity, race and education.