Monday, March 14, 2022
Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab

A recent Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab (IPOL) survey conducted by University of Iowa faculty and students found that Iowans are split on whether businesses should be prevented from having mask and vaccine mandates. However, a large majority are in favor of vaccine exemptions for medical and religious reasons. View results and more information about the survey in the documents linked below.

The poll was designed by the Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab, comprised of University of Iowa faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. The Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab is co-directed by Frederick J. Boehmke, professor of political science and Kajsa Dalrymple, professor of journalism and mass communication. The poll is a teaching, research, and service project, and was implemented in collaboration with the Iowa Social Science Research Center directed by Frederick J. Boehmke. The University of Iowa Public Policy Center provided support for this poll as part of its student success mission, intended to expand experiential policy-relevant research for UI students. Olivia Bull, Elisabeth Oster, Kathleen Hubeli, and Caleb McCullough, research fellows for the Iowa Policy and Opinion Lab assisted with the preparation of this release.

RELEASE - Iowans Support Workplace Vaccine Exemptions but Split on Mask and Vaccine Mandates IPOL 2-2022

TOPLINE - Iowans Support Workplace Vaccine Exemptions but Split on Mask and Vaccine Mandates IPOL 2-2022