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Message Subject How many (%) people have "vaccine remorse"? Took the jab and regretted it? Wish they hadn't. Who keeps those numbers?
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Here is a Canadian survey of Astra Zeneca recipients, and says 8% regret it (May 17, 2021):

[link to angusreid.org (secure)]
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thanks...do you trust this source?
Vaccine hesitancy plunges to three per cent, but one-tenth of population remain unwilling to be jabbed
May 17, 2021 – As the rate of Canadians who have been vaccinated with at least one-dose of a COVID-19 vaccine surges to more than fifty per cent of the adult population, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute shows Canadians have moved consistently and significantly away from attitudes of “don’t know” or “wait and see” to a place of “getting it done”.

The Institute’s most recent public opinion survey shows 53 per cent of adults reporting they have received their first vaccine, while another 29 per cent say they would like to receive theirs as soon as possible. The number who say they are unwilling to receive a vaccine is also trending down – though at a much slower rate.

In the eyes of Canadians, however, not all vaccines are created equally. Just one-third (35%) now say they are comfortable receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Most provinces have paused the use of that brand as a first dose and are administering it for subsequent doses only. The two vaccines that are being used for most vaccinations, Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, continue to be viewed in a much more positive light.

That said, the vast majority of those who have already received at least one dose of AstraZeneca express no regrets. Nearly half (48%) say they’re totally pleased with their decision, while nearly the same number (44%) say that while Pfizer or Moderna would have been better, they’re okay with their choice. A mere two per cent of this group expresses total regret.
 
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