Millions of Americans think someone they know died because of severe adverse reactions to the experimental Covid-19 jab, a Rasmussen poll found.
On Monday, Rasmussen Reports revealed the results of a national survey of 1,000 American adults conducted late last month.
The public opinion research firm found a staggering 49% of respondents believe it’s likely “side effects of COVID-19 vaccines have caused a significant number of unexplained deaths,” exposing Americans’ mistrust of the mRNA injections.
Nearly half of Americans think COVID-19 vaccines may be to blame for many unexplained deaths, and more than a quarter say someone they know could be among the victims.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that (49%) of American Adults believe it is likely that side effects of COVID-19 vaccines have caused a significant number of unexplained deaths, including 28% who think it’s Very Likely. Thirty-seven percent (37%) don’t say a significant number of deaths have been caused by vaccine side effects, including 17% who believe it’s Not At All Likely. Another 14% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Twenty-eight percent (28%) of adults say they personally know someone whose death they think may have been caused by side effects of COVID-19 vaccines, while 61% don’t and another 10% are not sure.
The poll found nearly half of respondents (48%) also “believe there are legitimate reasons to be concerned about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines,” while 37% say people voicing concerns about the jabs “are spreading conspiracy theories.” 15% said they “are not sure.”
Most poll respondents (71%) said they received a Covid jab, versus 26% who said they had not.
“Concerns about vaccine safety are much higher among the unvaccinated,” Rasmussen reported, noting the belief the jabs caused unexplained deaths was higher among unvaccinated people (77%) than the vaccinated (only 38% held jab-induced death beliefs).
Rasmussen notes more Democrats than Republicans sampled were vaccinated (85% vs 63%), and that more Republicans than Democrats “think there are legitimate reasons to be concerned about the safety of Covid-19 vaccines.”
“However, there is less political difference in the number who suspect someone they know might have died from vaccine side effects – 33% of Democrats and 26% of both Republicans and the unaffiliated.”
Concerns over the Covid jab also apparently break down according to income.
Voters with annual incomes below $30,000 are most likely to think there are legitimate reasons to be concerned about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, while those with incomes above $200,000 are most likely to believe people who worry about vaccine safety are spreading conspiracy theories.
The astonishing poll results suggest more Americans are coming to the realization the experimental jabs are neither safe nor effective, do not stop illness or transmission, and may actually be fueling new Covid variants.
The poll comes on the heels of the breakthrough documentary film, “Died Suddenly,” which chronicles the bizarre spate of people dying unexpectedly in the wake of the Covid-19 jab rollout.
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