55 Percent Say They Would Get a Zika Virus Vaccine If It Were Available

View the latest findings from the weekly Annenberg Science Knowledge (ASK) survey

“The survey found that 55 percent of people said they’d be “very” or “somewhat” likely to get a vaccine for Zika if it were available, while 42 percent said they’d be “not too likely” or “not likely” to get it.”

The phone survey of 1,008 U.S. adults was conducted from May 5-9 for APPC by the research firm SSRS. It has a margin of error of +/-3.7. It is one in a weekly series of Annenberg Science Knowledge (ASK) surveys conducted since February by the Annenberg Public Policy Center on public knowledge about the Zika virus, support for public policies on Zika, and related issues.