Poll: Is there really a vaccine debate? | AspenTimes.com

Poll: Is there really a vaccine debate?

Parents and health care workers weighed in on the importance of vaccinations in an Aspen Times article on Saturday. The story was in response to national headlines about parents who choose not to vaccinate their kids, citing potentially harmful chemicals in vaccines. This week’s poll question asks readers if there’s really any debate over whether to vaccinate children.

Go to http://www.aspentimes.com, on the left side below the news carousel, to find this week’s question and the results of previous ones.

Last week’s question — “Should the city consider a ‘pacing’ approach toward construction activity?” — garnered 992 votes. The majority of votes — 707, or 71.27 percent — supported pacing, citing too many projects taking place at the same time. Another 256 votes, or 25.71 percent, were “no” votes for letting the market decide and 30 votes, or 3.02 percent, had no opinion.

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