[Ed. – Notice how the blacks and Hispanics are in the more contemplative group, which is open to getting jabbed but just needs more data.]
… [T]he fight against the pandemic is focused on an estimated 93 million people who are eligible for shots but have chosen not to get them. …
It turns out, though, that this is not a single set of Americans, but in many ways two.
In one group are those who say they are adamant in their refusal of the coronavirus vaccines; they include a mix of people but tend to be disproportionately white, rural, evangelical Christian and politically conservative, surveys show.
In the other are those who say they are open to getting a shot but have been putting it off or want to wait and see before making a decision; they are a broad range of people, but tend to be a more diverse and urban group, including many younger people, Black and Latino Americans, and Democrats.