PRINCETON, N.J. — A slight majority of Americans, 54%, say it is extremely important that parents get their children vaccinated, down from the 64% who held this belief 14 years ago. Another 30% call it “very important” — unchanged from 2001. The rest, 15%, consider it “somewhat,” “not very” or “not at all important,” up from 2001.

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