Vaccine Hesitancy for COVID-19: State, County, and Local Estimates

04/06/2021

To support state and local communication and outreach efforts, ASPE developed state, county, and sub-state level predictions of hesitancy rates using the most recently available federal survey data. This page includes an interactive map, a pdf file with a methodological description, and datasets for download.

The interactive map below shows estimates of the percent of the population in each county that may be vaccine hesitant. Additional data, including estimates of strong vaccine hesitancy and demographics can be viewed by clicking on an individual county. For estimates of vaccine hesitancy by PUMA, please click here. PUMAs are Public-Use Microdata Areas, local areas of roughly 100,000 people, as defined in the American Community Survey.

You can further explore the Vaccine Hesitancy data or map data in table format.

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"Methodological Description" (pdf, 114.73Kb)

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"Predicted Vaccine Hesitancy by State, PUMA, and County" (eet, 300.57Kb)

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"Select Sociodemographic and Geographic Factors by County" (eet, 745.61Kb)

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"County data shown in map" (eet, 312.61Kb)

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