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Philly Inquirer: Anti-Vaccine Parents Are Often White, College-Educated, ‘Whole Foods Moms’

By April 10, 2019 No Comments

“If you’re against vaccinating your child, there’s a good chance you’re a college-educated white woman making decent money.

The rebel forces in America’s latest culture war — the so-called anti-vaxxers — are often described as middle- and upper-class women who breast-feed their children, shop at Whole Foods, endlessly scour the web for vaccine-related conversation, and believe that their thinking supersedes that of doctors. Typically their families earn more than $75,000 a year.”

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