A great number of American residents are against the policy for requiring proof of vaccination in order to allow people to enter restaurants, Fox News informed.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll, when asked where should proof of vaccinations be a required thing, 59% of the respondents said that restaurants should not seek a vaccination status proof. In comparison, 37% of the respondents answered that they support the idea.
People were more divided on the issue of whether the same proof should be required in some other places. When asked if travelers should show their vaccination proof on the airlines, 52% of the respondents gave support to the mandate and 45% said they oppose it.
Respondents also answered in favor of proof of vaccination in major sporting and entertainment events, with 49% in support of the idea, and 47% of people who oppose it.