Slightly more than half of US workers favor Covid-19 vaccine mandates in their workplaces, new polling finds, although far fewer have seen such requirements implemented by their employers.
A 55% majority of Americans who are employed full-time, part-time or are self-employed say they’d support their employer requiring all employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19, while 44% are opposed, according to an Axios/Ipsos survey released this week.
That’s in line with a Gallup survey, conducted last month and released Wednesday, in which 52% of US adults employed full- or part-time say they’d favor their employer requiring all employees to receive the Covid-19 vaccination unless they have a
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