The dishonest mainstream media and their overlords in the Democrat Party have been manipulating the truth about the CCP virus almost since it entered the United States.
With billions of dollars being given to pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, health care providers, and even funeral directors who are indirectly benefitting from money given to qualified family members courtesy of FEMA if “COVID19 is the stated reason for the death of their loved ones on the death certificate?
Is it any wonder that Americans are confused about the effectiveness of masks, about actual COVID death rates, or the effectiveness of COVID vaccines—especially after the dishonest Dr. Fauci, who flip-flopped back and forth about the effectiveness of mask-wearing during the COVID pandemic, recently recommended vaccinated people continue to wear masks, especially around others who may have compromised immunity?
The liberal media is quick to insinuate that “Trump supporters,” or less-educated, stupid white people are the problem. The truth is, as usual, when it comes to the dishonest media, nothing could be further from the truth…
According to a paper by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, Americans with PhDs are the most hesitant when it comes to getting the COVID jab. According to the survey, they are also the least likely to change their minds about getting the shot.
Daily Mail reports – Researchers surveyed just over five million US adults in an online survey, with 10,000 reporting that they were educated to Ph.D. level.
The report showed a surprising U-shaped correlation between willingness to get a Covid vaccine and education level – with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated.
There has been a universal assumption among many that education level negatively correlated with vaccine hesitancy – more educated people are more likely to receive the vaccine.
But researchers also found that within the first five months of 2021, the largest decrease in skepticism about getting the vaccine was among the least educated – those with a high school education or less.
By May, reluctance to get vaccinated held constant in the most educated group – those with PhDs.
‘Those with PhDs were the only education groups without a decrease in hesitancy,’ the paper read.
It attributed their ‘refusal or reluctance to be vaccinated’ to ‘slowed vaccination uptake, potentially prolonging the pandemic.’
Reasons for vaccine hesitancy vary, according to the survey.
The biggest drops were among black and Hispanic populations – decreasing by as much as half – and people with a high school education or less.
The data was published as a pre-print on medRxiv.org and has not been peer-reviewed.
It will need to be reviewed before it can be published in an accredited journal.