Democrats and independents are more likely than Republicans to say they'd get the vaccine

One in three Americans will opt out of getting a coronavirus vaccine if and when it becomes available, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.

While 60% of respondents say they will get vaccinated if one becomes available to them, 35% say they won't, despite a worldwide COVID-19 death toll topping 760,000, according to the results released Friday. The remaining 5% of respondents say they are unsure.

The results show that Democrats were more likely to get vaccinated with 71% saying yes, compared with just 48% of Republicans who would do so. Comparatively, 61% of independents said they would get vaccinated. Read more at FOX News