Idaho Survey Finds Majority Of State Wants The Vaccine, But 38% Say "No Thanks"
Each year for the past six years, Boise State University has conducted a survey asking Idahoans what matters to them, and how they want state resources to be used. This year's new survey dug into the topic that’s dominated our lives for the last 11 months: COVID-19.
From questions about mask mandates to vaccines, the survey offers a glimpse of what folks in the Gem State think about the government’s response. And some of the answers may surprise you.
Jeffrey Lyons and Matthew May are the co-authors of the survey and they shared their interpretation of the data with Idaho Matters.
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