35 percent also believe that vaccinations can cause autism.
Doctors and the government still want to vaccinate children even though they know these vaccine cause autism and other psychological disorders ~ 20% agree
Parents answered other questions consistently. 54% of parents are “concerned that the pharmaceutical industry has undue influence over government vaccine mandates.” 54% agree that “the government should fund an independent scientific study of fully vaccinated vs. unvaccinated individuals to assess long-term health outcomes.” 48% of parents are “concerned about serious adverse effects of vaccines.” This poll answer on adverse events is slightly less than the number found in a recent study published in Pediatrics magazine that found that 54% of parents are concerned about serious adverse effects (HERE). 42% of parents agree that “all children should receive 69 doses of 16 vaccines before age 18, as recommended by the federal government.”
When it comes to medical research related to children's health, parents view the safety of vaccines and drugs as the most important areas on which to focus, researchers found.
One in four U.S. parents believes some vaccines cause autism in healthy children, but even many of those worried about vaccine risks think their children should be vaccinated.
More than three-quarters of the population believe there should be a full public inquiry into the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, according to a recent survey.