Just over half of voters say the government should create a “vaccine passport” for people to use to prove they have been vaccinated, a new Hill-HarrisX poll finds.
A slight majority, 53 percent, of registered voters in the April 2-5 survey said the government should create a vaccine passport, while 47 percent said the government should not.
Democrats were more likely than Republicans to support a vaccine passport, while independent voters were evenly split on the issue.
Roughly 70 percent of Democratic voters said the government should create such a system, while 60 percents of Republican voters said the opposite.
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