Majority thinks Joe Biden COVID-19 vaccine mandate sets a bad precedent: Poll
Added 09-13-21 08:22:02am EST - “More than half of American voters think President Biden's new COVID-19 vaccine rules set a precedent that could be "abused" by future presidents, a conservative group and its pollsters said Monday.” - Washingtontimes.com
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More than half of American voters think President Biden’s new COVID-19 vaccine rules set a precedent that could be “abused” by future presidents, a conservative group and its pollsters said Monday.
The Convention of States Action said 55.5% think the rules, which require the federal workforce and 17 million health workers to get vaccinated and 80 million workers in private business to get vaccinated or face weekly testing, would set a poor precedent.
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The convention, working with The Trafalgar Group polling company, said 58% of independents are worried about the precedent, along with nearly 80% of Republicans and more than 30% of Democrats.
“The numbers are clear, the American people passionately oppose Biden’s vaccine mandate, and will not tolerate a president elected by the people acting like a dictator or king,” said Mark Meckler, president of Convention of States Action.
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