Another survey, a representative sample of 3,048 U.S. residents last summer, similarly compared intent-to-vaccine changes after hearing language about vaccine protection, personal benefits, social benefits and economic benefits কখনও sometimes in combination with each other. (The test serves as a basic message control about the rigorous testing of vaccines.) The biggest improvement so far has been in the private benefit group; The journal article on the study noted that although vaccine-resistant people often express concerns about safety and side effects, in reality this-safe message has done little better than control.
Civic researchers have found much the same thing. “We have tested this kind of framing in the past. For example, by wearing a mask, we found that talking about personal benefits was far more effective than protecting others, “said Crystal Son, director of CVS Healthcare Analysis. Wear it for. ‘ It was a zero percent effective and had a high probability of a negative reaction.
The boy’s team found more subtle effects in their most recent vaccine research. In a similar Civic study a year ago, people were told that covid vaccines could prevent children from getting sick by not changing anyone’s mind; Now, with most kids back at school and vaccine approvals for kids looking more imminent, it happened.
But in post-trial trials, the only reliable way to persuade vaccine-resistant people to get vaccinated is to tell them it will benefit them personally.
So I’m basically a schmuck, since the beginning of the epidemic, I’ve been writing about how disasters actually work people together, and how cooperation is the only way to get rid of all this. In the stories I wrote once the vaccines became available, I would add some boilerplates about how safe and effective they were, and when the vaccines kept each of us safe, the best reason to get them was that they helped everyone protect us all. What a waste of pixels.
Strange here Part: People resisted requests, messages, and even rewards. But when strict confessional orders start to go down নিন get vaccinated or lose your job পরিমাণ the amount of complaint hasn’t changed, but the amount of vaccination has changed. They worked. A lot of people who said they would never, nah, uh-get the vaccine? The number of votes shows the percentage of “never” teenagers and “if you make me” in single digits. After the order, those conditions were reversed – it turns out that “Never” was a much smaller group.
What happened then? Was a different, successful message somehow included in the mandate? (Outside of that, you know, “Do it.”) Or never-counted … lying?
To an armchair statistician, numbers tell it a second thing. Faced with the possibility of losing their jobs, the holdouts did not stop. At United Airlines, only 30,000 out of 1,000,000 U.S. employees lose their jobs instead of being vaccinated. Of the 26,500 people working for UCHealth in Colorado, only 100 said no. In California, where an order applies to all healthcare workers, 97 percent of Kaiser Permanent’s 216,000 employees received it; The company has suspended 2,000 who did not. San Francisco has 35,000 city employees; Only 2,000 remain unvaccinated. Of New York City’s 150,000 public school staff, 99 percent are principals, 96 percent are teachers, and 94 percent are staff. New York State has more than 550,000 hospital and nursing home staff, and when the order went into effect there, 92 percent received at least one dose – an increase of 10 points from a week earlier. Tyson Foods vaccinated 50 percent of its 120,000 U.S. employees in early August, when it issued an order, up from 91 percent at the end of September. A long but incomplete list of mandated companies includes Google, Facebook, Twitter, Goldman Sachs, Walgreens, Disney and Morgan Stanley. Wired’s parent company, Condডে Nast, also has one.