POLL: UNVAXXED OLDSTERS HAPPIER THAN VAXXED

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According to a new poll of 1,015 Americans aged 50 and older, conducted in late August by the Associated Press and the National Opinion Research Center, there are stark contrasts in the way older Americans view COVID-19 risks and vaccination status.

The essential finding of the AP-NORC poll is that vaccinated older Americans are more fearful than their unvaccinated counterparts. Even with the dreaded Delta variant accounting for a doubling, since June, of the percentage of those who worry about themselves or a loved one being infected, vaccinated persons are far more likely to be in the "worried" category. In fact, 61 percent of unvaccinated persons are "not worried," whereas only 25 percent of vaccinated persons make that claim.

In fact, while increasing numbers of unvaccinated older Americans are returning to normal—traveling, returning to gyms, churches, restaurants and crowded venues—it's the vaccinated who remain hunkered down or never going anywhere without a mask. And it's also the vaccinated who are less likely to rate their quality of life and general happiness as satisfactory; see "TV STATION SOLICITS UNVAXXED HORROR STORIES, GETS DELUGE OF VAXXED HORROR STORIES INSTEAD: MEDIA IGNORES THE FINDINGS" (21 Sep 2021). 

The AP report states as a given that the unvaxxed are at greater risk from COVID-19, and claims they choose to ignore such risks on the grounds that the government is exaggerating them; see "JOIN THE VAXXED HERD? MANY AMERICANS SAY 'NO'" (11 May 2021).

Dr. Irwin Redlener, of Columbia U.'s National Center for Disaster Preparedness, ascribes this dichotomy to vaxxed persons having a realistic respect for science while unvaxxed persons have little such respect. Furthermore, vaxxed persons who remain worried tend to blame their worries on the unvaxxed, whom they see as being "selfish." "Their stubborn point of view," said one vaccinated 61 yr. old (who is still afraid to travel, go shopping, eat in a restaurant or swim in a public pool) of the unvaccinated, "keeps them from resolving a health crisis." 

TRENDPOST: Totally absent in this article is why are vaxxed afraid? If they are vaxxed with a gene therapy shot that was sold with a 96 percent efficacy rate then they are allegedly safe. And who are the un-vaxxed threatening? Allegedly, only those who are not vaxxed. Indeed, the fear and hysteria is illogical, yet, the constant bombardment from Presstitutes and politicians keeps the general public worried that they will be victims of the COVID War.


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3 Comments
  1. Kieran Simpson 2 weeks ago

    They were always the ‘worried’ that’s why the are vaxed eh.

    • Sarah Krupinski 1 week ago

      I’m a bit of a worrier but I’m also aware when someone isn’t telling me the truth.i’m 56 years of age,I’ve never voted as I’ve never bought into the governments who want me to vote for them.i think maybe these people might have had good intentions at the start of their political career but some how became corrupted with all the power and money.💖🌹💕🌹💖

  2. Ismael Quinones 6 days ago

    I am 70 years old, retired and generally healthy. Late Dec. 2019 to early Jan 2021 I believe I caught covid 19. In June of 2020 I had a blood test for the antibody and it came back positive. I recovered from what I believe was covid but felt more like a cold; it was no big deal (milder than a flu for me). I don’t take the flu vaccine either. Some day as I age further I may change my mind and accept these vaccinations, but right now my immune system is healthy and functioning well; it does not need a crutch of vaccinations. One shouldn’t live with fear or masks.

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