(KGTV) – One in 10 unvaccinated Californians polled in a new poll says he now plans to be vaccinated against the coronavirus due to the state’s gift card and lottery program.
A total of 1,400 Californian adults were asked about how safe they thought the coronavirus vaccines were. 36% of respondents say they think vaccines are very safe, 41% said they think vaccines are mostly safe, seven percent think vaccines are mostly dangerous and very dangerous, and nine percent say they are unsure.
56% of those surveyed said they were fully vaccinated, 10% said they were partially vaccinated and 32% said they were not.
Of the 1,400 people surveyed, 60% said the state’s lottery and gift card distribution program was a good idea, and 23% of those surveyed said the incentive was a bad idea.
In total, 10% of the 449 people surveyed said they did not intend to get the vaccine but are doing so now. 45% of those surveyed said they are still not planning to get the vaccine and 29% said they originally planned to get the shot and are still planning to get the shot. A total of 3% of those surveyed said they initially intended to get the vaccine, but no longer do so.
Data from the 10News, Union-Tribune poll was collected on June 4.