● On average, Americans have warmer feelings towards people who are vaccinated against COVID-19. On a thermometer scale from 0 to 100 degrees, the average feeling towards people who are vaccinated is 78 degrees, versus 45 degrees for those who are not vaccinated.
● In particular, people who are vaccinated themselves tend to report an average of 86 degrees towards others who are vaccinated and 35 degrees towards those who are not. In contrast, those who are not vaccinated feel the same towards other people regardless of vaccination status, reporting an average of 64 degrees for both groups.
● Among partisans, Democrats and Biden voters, feel warmest towards people who are vaccinated (85 degrees average) and coldest towards those who are not vaccinated (38 degrees average). However, even Republicans and Independents feel substantially warmer towards vaccinated individuals than they do towards the unvaccinated (average difference of 22 degrees for Independents and 17 degrees for Republicans for feelings towards people who are vaccinated compared to people who are not).
● Americans over 65 report the coldest feelings towards people who are not vaccinated (average 36 degrees) and warmest towards people who are vaccinated (average 85 degrees), compared to all other age groups.