But almost half of unvaccinated people say they will definitely not get the vaccine

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll determined that 46 percent of the unvaccinated said they will definitely not get the vaccine and 29 percent said they will probably not get the vaccine.

Those who are most hesitant to get the coronavirus vaccine include white evangelicals, Republicans, rural Americans, young adults and those without college degrees.

Only 7 percent of those who are not vaccinated said they definitely will get the shot and 15 percent say they probably will, according to the poll.

Biden and other officials have stressed the need to reach out to Americans who are hesitant to get vaccinated as the number of daily vaccinations in the U.S. has slowed since April.

States have been opening up vaccine lotteries and giving out cash prizes as incentives for their residents to get the vaccine.