Poll: 65 Percent of Thanksgiving Hosts to Not Demand Guests Be Vaccinated or Masked

On Thursday, a new Hill-HarrisX poll discovered that the majority of those who are throwing a Thanksgiving dinner will not be needing guests to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or wear masks.

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The poll represents that with only 11 percent required to have their vaccination and wear a mask as well, 65 percent of Thanksgiving hosts are not requiring either of these two.

21 percent state they will be asking their guests to be vaccinated, whereas 4 percent mention they will seek them to wear masks during gatherings.

With seventy-eight percent of Republicans in the poll stating that neither the vaccine nor masks are needed at Thanksgiving with just forty-seven percent of Democrats claiming the same, there is a partisan split in the decision.

Also, it was found through the poll that 79 percent will spend their Thanksgiving with family or another set of people, with just 13 percent claiming that they are not planning to be with others for the holiday.

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Those gathering groups have been encouraged by the health officials to get their doses of vaccine, with Anthony Fauci earlier noting that those who are fully vaccinated can have a “normal” holiday season.

Republicans and Democrats to Spend Thanksgiving With Family or Others

65 Percent of Thanksgiving Hosts

Around the same counts of Republicans and Democrats have plans to spend Thanksgiving with family or others, at 84 percent and 81 percent, respectively.

Just 10 percent of Republicans and 11 percent of Democrats have no such plans to be with others for the holiday.

The poll was organized between 18th November and 19th November, taking surveys of 939 registered voters. The margin or error is plus or minus 3.2 percentage points.

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