09/12/2022 / By Ethan Huff
If you skipped college, chances are you were more keenly aware of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination” scam, according to a new study.
The Economist and YouGov conducted a poll which found that college graduates were much more likely to get injected with Fauci Flu shots than people with no college degree (see p.67 of the above-linked document).
Conducted from August 28-30, the study included 1,500 adult citizens who were polled using a variety of questions and statements. One of them asked participants to indicate whether or not they have taken at least one shot from any covid jab manufacturer.
Among white men, 88 percent of those who completed college said they took at least one shot while only 67 percent of white men with no degree did the same.
Among white women, 82 percent said they got jabbed compared to just 64 percent among those who never graduated from college. (Related: A survey from OnePoll that was conducted last fall found that most “fully vaccinated” Americans were too scared to visit their “unvaccinated” friends and family members during the holidays.)
The YouGov poll asked many other demographic-based questions that paint a clearer picture as to who fell for the plandemic scam: primarily left-wing, higher education ghouls who took not just the bait but also the hook, line, and sinker.
A whopping 91 percent of people who voted for Joe Biden in the 2020 election took at least one Chinese Virus shot – this compared to just 66 percent of people who voted for Donald Trump.
Democrats overwhelmingly fell for Operation Warp Speed at 86 percent compared to just 65 percent of Republicans and 61 percent of Independents.
Upwards of 88 percent of those who specifically identify as “liberal” took at least one injection, while only 75 percent of those who consider themselves “moderate” did the same.
The lowest compliance group for the shots was “conservatives” at just 60 percent.
Interestingly, urban versus rural did not make a difference in compliance. Both city dwellers and rural dwellers lined up for an injection — 67% each — while 78 percent of suburban folks got shot.
This actually makes sense when considering the fact that blacks and Hispanics, who tend to live in urban areas, were much more resistant to the shots than white people who went to college and mostly live in the suburbs.
By the time you get up into the two and three shot questions, the number of conservatives and moderates who said they got more than one injection quickly drops.
Only 54 percent of Trump voters say they followed through with two primary shots and a third “booster” shot, while 72 percent of Biden voters fall into that category.
Less than half of conservatives got three shots while 56 percent of moderates and 69 percent of liberals got three shots, the data further shows.
As for urban dwellers, only 52 percent got jabbed with three injections compared to 60 percent of suburban dwellers and 61 percent of rural dwellers.
By a long shot, the most popular injection taken by Americans was the mRNA (messenger RNA) shot from Pfizer and BioNTech, followed by the mRNA shot from Moderna.
Only a small fraction took one of the other available shots from lesser-known brands, while an even smaller number – likely due to brain damage – say they “don’t remember” which brand of covid shot was dispensed into their arms.
“It is a myth that the unvaccinated ‘spread covid,'” noted a commenter at Natural News.
“Replace ‘fully vaccinated’ with ‘fully idiotized’ and it all makes sense,” wrote another.
More Fauci Flu shot-related news can be found at ChemicalViolence.com.
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