Nature • Vol/Iss. 613 • Nature • • Published In • Pages: 704-711 •
Vaccinated individuals are likely to harbor exclusionary attitudes towards the unvaccinated.
For 19 out of 21 countries, vaccinated respondents were significantly happier when presented with a vaccinated target than an unvaccinated target (Romania and Hungary were inconclusive). On average, the respondents were 13% more unhappy when provided with an unvaccinated target. A similar test was conducted later on, which also showed that the vaccinated harbored significant antipathy towards the unvaccinated, about 14% more than vaccinated individuals.
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