Compiled a special US election survey Freedom By JL Partners Most Americans, 51 percent, said they would be confident when taking the coronavirus vaccine. But among Mr. Trump’s supporters, the image has plummeted into a situation where Mr. Fawcett has endorsed a vaccine.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
But later, that number dropped to 45 percent.
Mr. Trump and Mr. Fawcett have been trading Barbs again for the past few days.
The president called the scientist a “disaster” in a call Monday with campaign workers, declaring Americans “tired” of hearing about Kabid-19. He also alleged that without proof, Mr. Fawcett, not himself, would have killed half a million Americans if he had been in charge of the federal response.
The president called on activists to attack Dr. Fawcett, saying that more than half a million Americans would have died if scientists had been in charge.
According to CNN, Mr. Trump made the call, “Fawcett is a disaster. If I had listened to him, 500,000 of us would have died.” “If there’s a reporter you can get exactly what I said, I couldn’t care less.”
Criticizing the president for a so-called “superspreader” event at the White House earlier this month to honor Supreme Court nominee Amy Connie Barrett, the senior health official got the first word.
Mr Fawcett said he was “absolutely not surprised” that the commander-in-chief fell ill after the ceremony, where some of those present wore masks or followed social distance guidelines during indoor and outdoor ceremonies.
“When I saw it on TV, I said, ‘Oh my God, nothing good can come out of that, that’s the problem.'” Mr Fawcett said: “It simply came to our notice then.
Despite the war of words, Mr. Fawcett and Mr. Trump have shared a defensive stance on how the federal government handled the epidemic.
“I don’t think we could have done more than that,” he told CBS. “
JL Partners The commission was paid to vote for American voters Freedom And spoke with 1,034 respondents across America
The majority of voters said they would be confident about taking the covid vaccine with 51% saying they were very confident, 6% neutral and 41% either not very confident or not at all confident.