President Biden’s COVID mandates are being rejected by even a lot of his own party members, specifically over his agenda point to demand companies fire employees who refuse to take the experimental COVID-19 vaccine shots.
A new poll from The Trafalgar Group reveals that 65% of respondents say “no” to the question, “Do you believe Americans should lose their jobs if they object to taking the COVID-19 vaccine?”
Only 22.2% said “yes.”
Based on the most recent national election results, which represented that there were millions more votes for Democrat Joe Biden than Republican President Donald Trump, that means large numbers of Democrats are opposing Biden’s plan.
His orders were that all employees with more than 100 workers must require them to be vaccinated. It is estimated that hit the civil and constitutional rights of some 80 million workers. He’s threatening fines of hundreds of thousands of dollars for companies that fail to follow his orders.
The polling revealed that 47.9% of those who identified themselves as Democrats while responding to the poll are opposed to Biden’s plan. Only 38.4% of Democrats agree with Biden.
Republicans were nearly unified, with 83.5% rejecting Biden, while only 9.7% said they agreed with punishing workers with a job loss if they don’t take the shots.
While independents split on the question, the vast majority, 63.6%, rejected Biden’s plan. Only a scant 15.5% agreed.
“Washington, D.C., is making it clear the mandates are not about immunity but about conformity. As our own government continues to release conflicting info about the effectiveness of vaccines and the benefit of natural immunity, more and more Americans are standing up against the forced vaccination of American workers,” said Mark Meckler, president of Convention of States Action, which partnered with Trafalgar on the survey.
“The message here is clear: your livelihood should not be put at risk because you don’t want the vaccine.”
The survey included more than 1,000 likely 2022 election voters. It reported that 39.3% of the respondents identified themselves as Democrat, while only 35.6% identified themselves as Republican.
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