Fifty-seven percent of likely voters say Congress should investigate how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention dealt with issues of COVID-19 vaccine safety, according to a new poll by Rasmussen Reports.
Here are how the results, released Friday, break down:
• 31% say Congress should not investigate.
• 12% were uncertain.
• 70% of Republicans say Congress should investigate.
• 48% of Democrats say they support a congressional probe.
• 54% of independents say Congress should launch a probe.
• 49% say it is likely the CDC has provided the public with complete information about the danger of side effects from COVID-19 vaccines.
• 41% say they don’t believe it’s likely.
• 10% say they are unsure.