Rasmussen Survey on Covid Vaccine Deaths Proves Antivaxxers Right! By Igor Chudov

It’s mind boggling that over a quarter of the population thinks they know someone who died of Covid vaccination. From Igor Chudov at igorchudov.substack.com:

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A new Rasmussen report is out today. Rasmussen asked people about COVID vaccine deaths and polled them on whether vaccine dangers are baseless conspiracy theories.

The key findings are:

  • 28% of adults say they personally know someone whose death was caused by side effects of COVID-19 vaccines, while 61% said no, and another 10% are not sure.
  • More people (48%) are concerned about Covid vaccine injuries than 37% who think that Covid vaccine injuries are conspiracy theories. The things we have discussed are no longer considered “conspiracies” and are believed by the majority! (thank you for spreading the word)
  • Republicans are more likely to be concerned about vaccine safety.
  • Many more findings will be mentioned below.

Survey Proves People are NOT Lying About Acquaintainces Killed by COVID Vaccines

The survey provides two independent proofs that people are not making things up when discussing Covid vaccine deaths.

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