What The Study Did:
In this survey study of U.S. adults, vaccine-related attributes and political characteristics were associated with self-reported preferences for choosing a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine and self- reported willingness to receive vaccination. These results may help inform public health campaigns to address vaccine hesitancy when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available.
Douglas L. Kriner, Ph.D., of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, is the corresponding author.
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