A new poll shows that most American voters indicate that parents, not the federal government, should decide whether children need Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus vaccinations to participate in any activity such as attending public school.

The survey conducted by Trafalgar Group in partnership with the Convention of States Action indicated that more than 64% of respondents said parents should make the decision about vaccinating their children against the CCP Virus (COVID-19).

Only 15% said the federal government should choose, and 16% said the decision should be left up to state governments.

The survey was conducted among more than 1,000 respondents between June 3 and 6. As expected, the responses also varied widely with respect to voters’ political orientation.

82.9% of Republicans, 49.7% of Democrats, and 59.4% of independents said parents should decide whether children should receive the CCP Virus vaccine.

Just 5.7% of Republicans, 26.8% of Democrats, and 11.1% of independents surveyed said the federal government should decide. 

The Republican data is to be expected, considering that this is an electorate known for respecting traditions, family structure, emphasizing the importance of the role of parents, and promoting the ideas of freedom and trust in the reason of the individual. In addition, the electorate is against a concentration of power in government that makes decisions about individuals instead of individuals.

In the poll results, it is astounding and troubling to the White House that nearly half of U.S. Democrats do not trust the federal government to decide about their children’s vaccination. 

The results come after Anthony Fauci stated that he is “cautiously optimistic” that children under 12 will be eligible for the CCV vaccine by Thanksgiving. Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson continue to conduct tests to determine how children react to the vaccine.

“We are now doing studies that are ongoing as we’re speaking. Studies that are looking at what we call age de-escalation, children from 12 to 9 and then 9 to 6 and then 6 to 2 and then 6 months to 2 years,” Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN’s, John Berman.

Fauci’s scandal over the exposed connections between him and research funding at the Wuhan lab in China, from where the CCP Virus allegedly escaped, creates a cloud of doubt over both vaccination and the entire health care system regulated by federal authorities.

The survey results show the undeniable sense of skepticism of the population both about vaccines and about the Biden administration and its scientific consultant Dr. A. Fauci.