Americans Remain Conflicted About In-Person Learning and School Vaccine Mandates

An Adweek-Morning Consult poll reveals the changing attitudes of parents

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As with so many aspects of pandemic life, Americans continue to have conflicting views on in-person learning and whether schools should require vaccines to attend.

A new Adweek-Morning Consult poll asked parents of 5- to 18-year-olds if they prefer hybrid or fully in-person learning: 39% said in-person while 36% said hybrid. That’s down from a high of 45% preferring in-person when the same question was asked in July and August. The survey, which builds on the ongoing research Morning Consult has conducted during the pandemic, was conducted Oct.



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