How Democrats and Republicans feel about religious exemptions to vaccine mandates

Posted on AllSides November 21st, 2021
From The Right
Illustration by Alex Cochran, Deseret News
ANALYSIS

Political partisanship has complicated the country’s response to COVID-19 from the beginning, so it should come as no surprise that Democrats and Republicans have different views on one of this fall’s most contentious pandemic-related debates.

New research from the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty shows that members of the GOP are much more supportive than their more liberal peers of religious exemptions to workplace vaccine mandates. Nearly 7 in 10 Republicans (68%) say businesses that choose to impose such mandates should accommodate employees with faith-based objections, compared to just 4 in 10 Democrats....

Read full story
Some content from this outlet may be limited or behind a paywall.

Deseret News

AllSides Media Bias Rating: Lean Right
AllSides Media Bias Rating: Lean Right
106326/83996
See full bias rating for Deseret News
Learn about media bias
https://www.deseret.com/faith/2021/11/20/22786193/how-democrats-and-republicans-feel-about-religious-exemptions-to-vaccine-mandates-becket-fund

More News about Religion and Faith from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right