Several recent polls suggest that Americans are increasingly wary of COVID-19 vaccines.

A new poll found that about a quarter of Americans believe someone they knew died from COVID-19 vaccines, while another recent survey found that a growing number of Americans are increasingly wary of the shots.

In a poll from Rasmussen Reports, it found that about about a quarter of Americans, or 24 percent, “believe someone they know died from COVID-19 vaccine side effects,” said the pollster on Nov. 2. About 69 percent said they do not know anyone who died from the vaccine.

About half of Americans, or 47 percent, said that they know someone who died from the COVID-19 virus, while 49 percent said they don’t know anyone who died from the illness, according to Rasmussen.

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