According to the survey and the state vaccination statistics, states with the lowest median incomes and the highest levels of poverty tend to rank among the least vaccinated states in the United States. Of the ten states with the lowest proportion of people who received partial vaccination, seven – West Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, and Arkansas – also ranked among the poorest states with the most poverty-stricken states.
Out of the five U.S. states with the lowermost proportion of completely vaccinated people, four of them are among the poorest of the country, including Alabama and Mississippi, which have the seventh and first highest poverty rates and the lowest two rates of adults who received full vaccination. Moreover, the most vaccinated states in the country are basically those with consistently low levels of poverty and high incomes, including six of the top 10 completely inoculated states: Washington, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.
New Mexico, which has the 5th lowest median income levels and the 3rd highest poverty, is a notable outlier as the 8th most vaccinated state in the U.S. boosted by its large Native American population that mainly outdid vaccination rates across the country, while the state gain admiration from the federal government for its successful vaccination campaign. Polling recommends political affiliation, education, and gender all play a role in receiving the vaccination.
Are all areas of the U.S. dangerously Vulnerable to new outbreaks?
Though new coronavirus cases are down, most of the United States has now completely reopened, and the pandemic is far from over. Additionally, the differences in vaccine take-up – which also observed at the state level within states – leaves some areas dangerously susceptible to new outbreaks, and the number of new people getting a vaccine shot has been on a steep easy path since April.
According to the statistics from the CDC, forty-seven percent of the proportion of the United States population received full vaccination. Some 66.7 percent of the adult population received at least one dose of vaccine. Whereas the seventy percent goal of President Biden is by 4th July.