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Sixty-five percent of Thanksgiving hosts will not demand guests be vaccinated or masked, a Thursday Hill-HarrisX poll revealed.

Eleven percent of hosts, however, will require Thanksgiving guests to be vaccinated and masked, while 21 percent will require guests to just be vaccinated. Four percent say masks are mandatory.

Among Republicans, 78 percent will not require a mask or vaccination of their guests. Those numbers dramatically change among Democrats. Forty-seven percent of Democrats will require masks and vaccinations of guests.

The poll also indicated 79 percent of respondents will spend the holiday with a group of people, including family. Thirteen percent say they will spend Thanksgiving alone.

NEW POLL: Majority of Thanksgiving hosts not requiring COVID-19 vaccine, masks

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The poll comes as Dr. Anthony Fauci has told Americans to be very careful attending Thanksgiving celebrations with those who are unvaccinated.

“Get vaccinated and you can enjoy the holidays very easily. And if you’re not, please be careful,” Fauci stated. “Get tested if you need to get tested when you’re getting together, but that’s not a substitute for getting vaccinated. Get yourself vaccinated and you can continue to enjoy interactions with your family and others.”

Fox & Friends cohost Rachel Campos-Duffy thumped Fauci for suggesting families should be separated during the holiday.

“He says you need to surround yourself with vaccinated people,” she said. “So that means you need to divide your family you need to separate your family….turning families against each other, [is] very Marxist.”

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NEW POLL: Republicans 50 Percent More Likely to Hold it Against Japan For Attacking Pearl Harbor

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Eighty years later, Republicans are much more likely than Democrats or independents to say they “hold it against Japan for attacking Pearl Harbor.”

Tuesday marks the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor that is widely credited for drawing the United States into World War II. As others commemorate the day in a variety of ways, pollster YouGov marked the occasion by polling Americans on a variety of related questions.

Respondents were asked “Do you hold it against Japan for attacking Pearl Harbor?”, a somewhat confusing bit of phrasing that leaves room for interpretation. Do they mean still hold it against Japan today, or hold it against the Japan of 1941?

Perhaps as a consequence, Americans were very evenly split on the question, with 34 percent responding “Yes,” 34 percent replying “No,” and 32 percent saying either “Not sure” (12%) or “Do not know enough about it to have an opinion” (20%).

That result was essentially duplicated across every political group except one. Democrats (31%), Independents (33%), and Other (29%) all replied “Yes” within a few points of 30 percent, with greater numbers replying “No.”

But among Republicans, 47 percent responded “Yes,” with only 29 percent responding “No.”


There were also significant gaps between men (42% “Yes” to 37% “No”) and women (27% “Yes” to 30% “No”) and age groups, with younger respondents much less likely to respond “Yes.”

Respondents were also asked “Should Japan apologize for the attack on Pearl Harbor?”

A plurality of Americans responded “Yes,” and while the disparities were smaller, Republicans were the only group with a majority saying Japan should apologize.


Democrats were twice as likely (47%) as Republicans (24%) to reply “Yes” when asked “Should the U.S. apologize for dropping atomic bombs on Japan?”

Of the four political categories, Democrats were the only one to achieve a plurality in favor of the U.S. apologizing for the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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