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The vaccine itself is in short supply, but so it seems are people willing to get it afraid that it isn’t safe. Here’s T.J. Winick with the results of a new ABC News poll.

The swine flu vaccine has inspired Americans to come out in force. There are many parents who want their children inoculated. And then there are the anti-vaccine protesters, worried about a link between vaccines and autism, despite study showing no connection.

“This is an emotional decision, not based on data, as to whether or not to get the vaccine.”

While there are some willing to voice their opinion in public, it appears many share those doubts. According to a new ABC News Washington Post poll, almost 40 percent of Americans won’t vaccinate their children, and almost 67 percent are confident the vaccine is safe, 30 percent say it isn’t.

“I just feel that this vaccine was developed very quickly and I’m just not comfortable with that.”

The government is now promising 50 million doses of the vaccine in November, and 150 million in December. Even with production way behind schedule, some health professionals insist it’s never too late.

Over 292 deaths had been attributed to the H1N1 virus since the end of August, including 43 children.

For the World News Webcast, I’m T.J. Winick in Washington.

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