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Disparities in National and State Estimates of COVID-19 Vaccination Receipt and Intent to Vaccinate By Race/Ethnicity, Income, and Age Group Among Adults ≥ 18 Years, United States

Nguyen, K. H., Anneser, E., Toppo, A., Allen, J. D., Parott, J. S., Corlin, L.

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Using the Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey data from January to March 2021, this study analyzes national and state estimates for vaccination intention. The study looks at interactions between race/ethnicity and household income, and race/ethnicity and age group, in its association with vaccination intent. The study found that non-Black Hispanics with lower incomes and younger ages are the least likely to vaccinate against COVID-19.

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