There is a wide variety of databases that have information relating to vaccine refusal and COVID. You'll want to look in multiple databases, using multiple searches. In databases like these, the language you use when searching matters more than you might think. Here are some useful tips to start. Also see the Effective Searching tab to improve your results.
|Start with phrases like these:||To find COVID-specific information, add:||To find consumer research add one of these:||You can look for information on key publics with phrases like:|
|COVID*||survey||("Black Americans" OR "African Americans")|
|"vaccine hesitancy"||attitudes||("people of color" OR Latin* OR minority)|
|anti-vaxx*||consumer||(elderly OR aged OR older)|
|(vaccin* OR immuniz*) AND (suspicion OR mistrust)||psychology||(low-income OR poor OR poverty)|
Try multiple terms and combinations in several of the databases below for the best results. Examples:
You'll get more results by not including all four columns in every search. Choose one term from any two or three columns to return more results.
Search these databases to find survey data about consumer attitudes, behaviors and preferences with regard to healthcare, advertising channels and messaging, and more.
You can limit a Google search to a specific domain by adding site: followed by the website you want to search.
|Start with any of these phrases:||To find COVID-specific information*, add:||Add any of the following to limit your search to specific government and NGO sites:|
* Add the term COVID to search for COVID-specific information or leave it off to get more general information about vaccine reticence.