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These US Cities Are The Most Willing To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine

Some big cities posted low numbers.

More people continue to receive doses of COVID-19 vaccines across the country, but some cities are more willing to get inoculated than others.

New survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey shows which U.S. cities have the most people interested in getting the vaccine, and some large cities such as San Diego and Austin didn't even make the top 15. 

This list ranks the cities with the largest percentage of residents who are willing to be vaccinated from lowest to highest. 

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14. Atlanta, Georgia - 45.6% of adults willing to get the vaccine

13. Miami, Florida - 47.1% 

12. Houston, Texas - 47.1%

11. Phoenix, Arizona - 49.2%

10. Detroit, Michigan - 51.9%

9. Dallas, Texas - 52.3%

8. New York City, New York - 55.1%

7. Chicago, Illinois - 55.9%

6. Los Angeles, California - 56.3% 

5. Philidelphia, Pennsylvania - 56.7% 

4. Washington, D.C. - 64.8%

3. Boston, Massachusetts - 65.1%

2. Seattle, Washington - 68.3%

1. San Francisco, California- 71.5% 

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