But the poll shows voters are largely divided along party lines: 81 percent of Democratic voters back the White House plan, but 65 percent of Republicans oppose it. Another 28 percent of Republicans support the plan, while 14 percent of Democrats oppose it.
Overall, 54 percent of voters support the plan and 39 percent oppose the move.
Republicans have consistently been more reluctant than Democrats about COVID-19 shots, with the latest Morning Consult data indicating 85 percent of Democratic voters have gotten or plan to get vaccinated and 60 percent of Republicans saying the same. And the new findings suggest voters are largely entrenched in their views on COVID-19 shots — underscoring how difficult it will be for the Biden administration to sway holdouts, even as the delta variant spreads.