New survey shows over a third of U.S. adults worry that they or someone in their family will get flu, Covid-19, or RSV in next 3 months, but no consensus on which virus is more likely to cause severe illness.
Americans have less confidence in vaccines than they did just a year or two ago, and more people accept misinformation about vaccines and Covid-19, according to an APPC health survey.
There is wide variability in what the U.S. public knows about the seasonal flu and Covid-19, but some facts are much more strongly associated with an individual’s vaccination behavior, Annenberg surveys show.
In a new three-part series, FactCheck.org examines Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.'s false and misleading claims about vaccines, autism, Covid-19 and other health topics.
New survey-based research finds that adults who embraced a conspiratorial mindset in 2021 were more resistant to vaccinating a child against Covid-19 the following year.
The policy center's spring 2023 ASAPH report finds that women of childbearing age are more likely than other adults to doubt the safety of vaccination against Covid-19 and flu during pregnancy.
A new study from Dolores Albarracín and Haesung Annie Jung finds that some Covid-19 statistics are more effective than others at encouraging people to change their behavior.
An Annenberg Science Knowledge survey of over 1,600 U.S. adults finds that many have a base of knowledge about the flu, but misinformation about flu, Covid-19, and vaccination persists.