A stunning poll found that almost half of Dem voters say they would support “camps” for their fellow Americans who refuse to get vaccinated.
According to a fresh poll from Rasmussen Reporters, 45 percent of Democrats endorsed the idea of quarantine camps for people who are unvaxxed.
A large 59 percent of Dems said they supported a government program requiring citizens to stay confined to their homes, except for emergencies, if they won’t get vaccinated.
Below are some of the main parts of the survey:
– The survey discovered that 75% of likely Dem voters – but only 21% of GOP members and 38% of unaffiliated American voters – have a favorable view of Dr. Fauci. Among other discoveries of the survey:
– Fifty-eight percent of Americans would be against a proposal for governments to financially fine Americans who decide not to get the vaccine. But, 55% of Dems voters would support the proposal, compared to only 19% of GOP members and 25% of unaffiliated American voters.
– Fifty-nine percent of Dems would support a government policy forcing people to stay within their homes, leaving only for emergencies, if they don’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. This proposal was opposed by 61% of all possible voters, including 79% of GOP members and 71% of unaffiliated American voters.
– Almost half (48%) of Dem voters believe state and federal governments should fine or imprison people who publicly question the vaccines. Only 27% of all voters – including only 14% of GOP members and 18% of unaffiliated voters – support criminal punishment of covid vaccine critics.
– Forty-five percent of Dems would favor governments forcing citizens to temporarily live in isolated facilities if they refuse to get the coronavirus vaccine. Such a policy would be opposed by a large majority (71%) of most voters, with 78% of GOP members and 64% of unaffiliated American voters saying they would be Strongly against putting unvaccinated people in “designated facilities.”
– How far are Dems willing to go in punishing people who are unvaccinated? Twenty-nine percent of Dem voters would support temporarily removing a parents’ custody of their kids if parents don’t take the vaccine. That is over twice the amount of support in the rest of the American electorate – seven percent of the GOP and 11% of unaffiliated voters – for this policy.