Changing the COVID Conversation
This four-page communication guide offers research-based tips and language for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to use when talking about COVID-19 vaccines.
These 18 people said they probably wouldn't get vaccinated for COVID-19, but then they did. Who and what changed their mind, and what would they say to other people who have concerns about the vaccines?
In these one-minute PSAs, 13 members of the House GOP Doctors Caucus explain why they got vaccinated against COVID-19, using research-based language developed by pollster Frank Luntz and the de Beaumont Foundation.
What will it take to move from concern to confidence among one of the groups most likely to say they won't get vaccinated? This March 14-16 poll of Americans who voted for President Trump reveals their concerns about the vaccines and what's most likely to influence their decision.
How has the CDC and FDA's decision to pause the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine affected confidence in COVID vaccines? This April 15-16 poll shows that confidence in vaccine safety remains high and that the partisan divide on vaccine issues may be narrowing.
On March 13, the de Beaumont Foundation held an online focus group to understand why many Republicans say they are reluctant to take a COVID-19 vaccine and identify messaging that can help build confidence and uptake in vaccination.
This Dec. 21-22 poll reveals the urgent need for political and health leaders to adjust their messaging to improve confidence in COVID-19 vaccines. The poll identifies language that can be effective in reaching all Americans.
Ten months into the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans were divided along party lines about how serious the virus was and what steps should be taken to contain it. This Nov. 20-21 poll reveals language that can reach all audiences, build trust in public health measures, and save lives.