(THE COLLEGE FIX) -- A study conducted by Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh researchers found that vaccine hesitancy is highest among those with a PhD.
The online survey of more than 5 million adults was conducted between January 6 and May 31. People who said “probably not” or “definitely not” when asked if they would get the vaccine were considered vaccine hesitant.
“There was not a decrease in hesitancy among those with a professional degree or PhD,” the paper states.
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