The Most Vaccine-Hesitant Group of All: Ph.D.s? | National Review

The Most Vaccine-Hesitant Group of All: Ph.D.s? | National Review


This may be old news to you, but it wasn’t to me. According to a new paper by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, those Americans still unvaccinated may not all be “less educated, ‘brainwashed’ Trump supporters who don’t want to take the vaccine.” Like everything else, it is likely much more complicated than the traditional soundbite would have you believe. H/T Arnold Kling:

If this is correct, Kling comments that, “The Ph.D’s who hesitate to take vaccines may be harder to talk out of their stance than the stereotypical Trump supporters.”

Kling also points to this piece about vaccine hesitancy. Worth reading.

Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.





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