Growing optimism in Arizona for post-COVID future, new poll finds

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By Suelen Rivera | KTAR

More Arizonans are far more confident in a post-COVID future as a majority of the state’s residents have received at least one vaccine shot, according to polling released Wednesday.

According to a OH Predictive Insights poll, optimism continues to grow among Arizonans, with 55% expecting COVID conditions to be better next month than they are now, while 15% expect things to worsen.

Though 54% of Arizonans over 18 say they have already received the vaccine, broadly in line with ADHS reporting, seven in 10 surveyed have already been vaccinated or say they would take a vaccine.

While ADHS reporting includes Arizona residents under the age of 18, OHPI’s AZPOP only surveys Arizona adults.

According to the results, 21% of Arizona residents said they would not take the vaccine. Hesitancy is highest among conservatives, Hispanics and non-White respondents, and people between 18-to-54 years old.

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