April 11, 2022
Texans for Vaccine Freedom conducted a statewide survey on April 7th that surveyed 829 likely Texas general election voters on their opinion regarding vaccine mandates. Today, TFVF is releasing a portion of that survey that highlights Texas general election voters’ opinions on federal vaccine mandates. The survey findings may be accessed by clicking here.
When likely Texas general election voters were asked whether they support or oppose government-led vaccine mandates, 55% said they oppose government-led vaccine mandates, while 34% said they support mandates.
Out of those likely voters, 89% of Republicans said they oppose government-led vaccine mandates, while 21% of Democrats said they oppose them. Alternatively, 62% of Democrats support government-led vaccine mandates, while only 6% of Republicans support them.
Jackie Schlegel, Executive Director of Texans for Vaccine Freedom, issued the following statement:
“The results are clear, a majority of Texans are fed up with vaccine mandates. This is a very important issue for voters, and it is time for our elected officials to take action to protect our freedom of choice. Opposition to government-led vaccine mandates is a non-partisan issue, but at the same time, it is a very polarizing issue that we must address. We at Texans for Vaccine Freedom are dedicated to educating Texans on why vaccine choice is so important. Make sure to stay connected with us, as we will be releasing more results from the survey.”
Over the next week, TFVF will be releasing three additional press releases that will highlight the survey findings. To receive those upcoming press releases, please visit www.tfvf.org, and subscribe to the press mailing list.
About Texans for Vaccine Freedom:
Texans for Vaccine Freedom is a 501(c)(3) organization established by Texans concerned about government overreach into our private medical choices. TFVF is proud to lead the way in defending and promoting vaccine freedom of choice in Texas, free from political interference. For more information, visit www.tfvf.org.