Adults over 65-years-old, most of whom expect to get vaccinated, are especially concerned about a slow rollout (62%). Republicans (41%) and those under 30 (39%) are less concerned than the rest of the population.
Four in ten Americans (38%) are critical about the former Trump Administration’s management of the vaccine rollout, calling it poor. Just one-third (37%) describe the former president’s distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine as excellent (20%) or good (17%).
Further to this, there are some doubts about the Biden Administration’s ability to deliver the vaccine. As many are uneasy (39%) about its approach as are confident (39%) in its capacity for vaccine distribution.