One in five New Hampshire residents - and nearly half of those aged 65 and older - report receiving at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Most of those who have not been vaccinated plan to do so when it is available to them, but one quarter of state residents continue to say they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated. Nearly three-quarters of those who have received at least one dose say they had no side effects or mild side effects. Partisan differences in confidence in the vaccine and the trustworthiness of science agencies like the CDC have deepened since January.
Granite State Poll
UNH Survey Center, "Nearly Half of Granite State Seniors Say They Have Received at Least One Vaccine Dose, Minimal Side Effects Reported 2/26/2021" (2021). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 640.