Just glad comments were accepted as answers since I had to free-text answer most of the multiple-choice questions as the answer options provided often did not come close to my feelings about the questions.
Also thought it was somewhat poor practice that they did not give a "prefer not to answer" option for question 2, for those of us who don't wish to share our health information unnecessarily. Yes, you could answer that with a comment, but it made it seem like they didn't think that might be a common or worthwhile enough response to make it a pre-generated choice.
It was strange to me that they did not have any responses for people that are choosing not to get vaccinated but also fully support a mask mandatory con so that everyone would feel more comfortable. The questions seemed very much full of assumptions.
To me, its a fair assumption by Gencon.
starting to wonder if the not enough game events question means there wont be much in that area, i kinda go to a gaming convention to you know game can't spend all my time in the vender hall
I don’t see the purpose of sending out another survey to gauge people’s feelings about safety while stereotyping people based on their personal comfort level of the vaccine. The entire group I plan to attend the con with are all currently not vaccinated but wear masks everyone we go. So maybe be more open minded that there is a much larger % of people in this category than you experience in your small opinionated sample size.
If we assume that the first three groups are mostly wearing masks, they somewhat outnumber the non-masked group.
There are also people who have had COVID, currently test positive for Antibodies and aren't quite ready yet to trust the vaccine.
Gencon will decide whether to make everyone wear one so they have to, or everyone not wear one. Since I doubt they will require a vaccine passport to go maskless.
For instance, three in five (63%) vaccine-refusers believe it is safe for unvaccinated people to socialize indoors with other unvaccinated people without wearing a mask. Just 38% of Americans who have gotten at least one COVID-19 shot think it is safe for vaccinated people to socialize indoors with people who are vaccinated sans masks.