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Religious Identities and the Race Against the Virus: Tracking Faith-Based Approaches to COVID-19 Vaccination
Wednesday, July 28, 2021 from 1-2:30 p.m. CST

Join us for the release of and in-depth discussion about a major new national survey on the role that religious identity, beliefs, and behaviors have on COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy.

John Palfrey, President of the MacArthur Foundation, will be hosting this conversation with PRRI's Robert P. Jones and Natalie Jackson, IFYC's Eboo Patel, and Rush University's Dr. Tanya Sorrell about findings from the most comprehensive survey to date on the role that faith-based outreach, including trusted messengers and messages, may play in increasing COVID-19 vaccine uptake.

These new findings are based on more than 5,000 representative interviews and build on data from a March 2021 PRRI-IFYC survey examining religious diversity and vaccination. The findings highlight Americans’ attitudes toward the COVID-19 vaccine through the lens of religion, politics, and racial/ethnic identity, as well as the role faith communities can play in overcoming hesitancy.

This conversation will address sources of vaccine hesitancy and recommend faith-based approaches—backed by survey research—to increasing vaccine uptake among the nation’s most hesitant, and even resistant, communities.

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Jul 28, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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