Influenza Vaccination Coverage, Adults
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- Starting in December 2020, CDC sponsored questions about influenza vaccination on the Ipsos Knowledge Panel Omnibusexternal icon and NORC AmeriSpeak Omnibus external iconsurveys twice per month to assess national influenza vaccination coverage among adults.
- Given potential limitations of these rapid surveys and underlying panels that might lead to over-estimation of vaccination coverage (additional information about NIS-Flu methods and estimates for 2020-2021 season is available), confirmation with estimates from other surveys (to be available later) is needed.
- Figure 4. Cumulative Influenza Vaccination Coverage, Adults 18 years and older, by Age Group and Race/Ethnicity, United States, 2020-21*, Data Source: Ipsos Knowledge Panel Omnibusexternal icon and NORC AmeriSpeak Omnibusexternal icon Surveys, IPSOS KP data collected February 05, 2021 – February 07, 2021 and NORC AmeriSpeak data collected January 28, 2021 – February 01, 2021 – View and Download Data
*Estimates represent approximately the cumulative percent vaccinated as of the weighted midpoint of data collection period. These “coverage by” dates are January 9, 2021 for IPSOS KP and January 16, 2021 for NORC AmeriSpeak. Missing bars represent estimates suppressed because sample size was <30.