After the results of a Twitter poll asking if vaccines should be made mandatory showed that 89 per cent of respondents oppose mandatory shots, a major morning television show in the United Kingdom cancelled the poll.
“With Omicron cases tripling every two days, is it time to make vaccines mandatory?” asked the public in a poll carried by Good Morning Britain, which frequently seeks to set the news narrative.
After over 42,000 votes, the last screenshots Twitter users were able to collect before the poll was destroyed revealed that 89 per cent of people oppose obligatory vaccines, with only 11 per cent in support.
People were curious as to why the poll had been cancelled. Good Morning Britain has failed to explain why it removed the poll.
It’s understandable, given that the program has been used to promote pro-lockdown messages since the outbreak began.