More than 60 percent of voters think the U.S. should fully test any coronavirus vaccine – even if that delays rolling it out and allows the virus to keep spreading in the meantime, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll. Just 22 percent of respondents said the government should make a vaccine available as soon as possible, even if it had not been fully tested. The findings raise fresh questions about the success of U.S vaccination efforts if an effective vaccine emerges – which could translate into how quickly the country could return to some level of normalcy. It is not clear how much public attitudes about a vaccine could change if a shot becomes available. Learn More