The Good Morning Britain program removed an online poll which showed an overwhelming majority against compulsory vaccination

ITV’s Morning Show ‘Good Morning Britain’ has been criticized on social media after it removed a poll which showed that the vast majority of respondents opposed compulsory vaccination.

The poll, which asked viewers “is it time to make vaccines mandatory” in response to the spread of the Omicron variant, was posted on Twitter on Tuesday and soon received more than 42,000 votes.

89% of those who voted – opposed any plan to make the vaccine mandatory, only 11% voted in favor.

However, after the poll went viral, social platform users noticed it was deleted by Good Morning Britain’s Twitter account, and critics blamed the show for trying to obscure the public consensus.

“Why did you delete this poll, is it because they asked you to? Or because it shows that people do not support this shit, in this tyrannical future that your colleagues seem to want. We see you,” one person wrote, while another suggested, “I guess it is. It was not the answer they were looking for. ”

Good morning Britain – accompanied by commentator Piers Morgan – did not explain why they removed the survey.

By Editor

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