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The following questions were submitted by Future Brief readers. The poll, taken by a statistically-valid sample of more than 2000 adult Americans, was conducted by Zogby International, an opinion research firm, on December 15-16, 2005.

QUESTION: If a deadly pandemic flu reaches the US and there is not nearly enough vaccine for everybody, who do you think should receive priority for vaccinations?


-Those at greatest risk (senior citizens, handicapped, etc.): 34%

-The young: 19%

-The most useful people (doctors, police, farmers, etc.): 26%

-Government and community leaders: 1%

-Lotteries should be held and everybody should have a chance to receive vaccine: 9%

-Those who can afford to pay: 2%

Not sure/other: 8%

*Due to rounding, percentages may add up to over 100%. Margin of error is +/- 2.2%



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