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40 percent of Canadians have unvaccinated friends or family, don't discuss issue: Poll

35 percent of those surveyed said that the matter was "not an issue," and that the topic is not brought up.

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Roughly 40 percent of Canadians know someone who is not vaccinated against COVID-19, and most don't discuss the matter, a poll conducted in early December has found.

According to the Leger survey, commissioned by the Association for Canadian Studies, 4-in-10 Canadians have at least one member from their friend group or family that is not vaccinated, reports The Canadian Press.

Most—about 70 percent—said that they do not discuss the matter, with the other half saying that they have abandoned trying to convince the person(s) to get vaccinated.

35 percent of those surveyed said that the matter was "not an issue," and that the topic is not brought up.

One-in-eight of those surveyed say that they still argue with their unvaccinated friends or family, and one-in-ten no longer speaks with them, or actively avoids them.

Six percent said that they respect the decisions of the unvaccinated.

A poll last month by Leger suggested that nearly 60 percent of Canadians would not invite an unvaccinated person into their homes.

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