Summary

The prospect of implementing a vaccine passport or mandate – effectively, documented proof that someone is fully vaccinated – has generated considerable discussion and debate of late.

Results

Two-thirds of Americans believe that a vaccination passport should be a requirement for travel. For other activities, respondents are split on whether proof should be a compulsory requirement. The data indicates the more routine the activity (e.g. grocery or retail shopping, going to a mall) the fewer restrictions should be imposed.