Parents' opinions on vaccination against tetanus for children in the U.S. 2017

This statistic shows the results of a survey conducted in the United States in 2017 on parents' opinions on vaccination against tetanus for children. Some 6 percent of respondents stated that in their opinion a vaccination against tetanus is not necessary.
The Survey Data Table for the Statista survey Birth & Parenthood in the United States 2017 contains the complete tables for the survey including various column headings.

What is your opinion on the vaccination against tetanus, which is recommended for children during the first 24 months?

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Source

Number of respondents

593 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

US residential birth parents or partner of birth parents, who live with the child since birth; birth of the youngest child is not earlier than 2014 (max. 4 years old)

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