The Group Most Hesitant to Take the Jab? Those with PHDs, According to Carnegie Mellon Study.

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Interesting that the report talks about decrease in vaccine hesitancy, without attributing this to increase in coercive measures. We are not less hesitant, we have been given little choice.

some tidbits:

There was not a decrease in hesitancy among those with a professional degree or PhD

risk factors for hesitancy

as if hesitancy is a mental illness. One of my psychiatrist friends received a letter from the APA instructing her to use her "Trust-based connection" to her patients to help them heal from their hesitancy. This is a betrayal of that trust. Psychology has done much more harm that good.

Yep. The volume gets turned up, and more people get convinced.

It seems so fitting that it's the outsides of the bell-curve (education-wise) who are least likely to be convinced: those with the least indoctrination, and those whose schooling actually included critical thinking, research, etc.

Really, it's a "survey," so they already hand-picked who they were going to interview, left out the outliers, and the whole thing was designed to tell a specific story... it's just beautiful how often they miss the real patterns when they try shit like this.

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