Recalled Exposure to COVID-19 Public Education Campaign Advertisements Predicts COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence
Kranzler, E., Luchman, J., Williams, C., et al. (2023). Recalled Exposure to COVID-19 Public Education Campaign Advertisements Predicts COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence. Journal of Health Communication. 28(3):144-155.
This study aimed to assess potential Campaign impact by examining the relationship between recalled Campaign exposure and COVID-19 vaccine confidence among American adults. During the study period (January 21–November 3, 2021), the Campaign additionally aimed to influence the “Movable Middle” segment of the population—vaccine-hesitant individuals who had not yet decided whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine. We additionally focused our reporting of results on those pertaining to the Movable Middle.