According to a survey recently completed by The Covid States Project, parents who live in a rural area are 10% more likely to voice concerns over COVID-19 vaccinations. The project, a joint research effort of Harvard, Northeastern, Northwestern, and Rutgers Universities, was created to assist lawmakers and health care practitioners in making informed decisions regarding the virus. Their research is also available online to the general public.
The COVID States Project #61 also found that rural parents are 9% more likely to question the testing of the vaccines and their effectiveness, as well as the long-term health effects they could cause.
NOTE: The COVID States Project #61 is a preprint article.