Yet more people said they likely won't receive the COVID-19 booster than said they would get it (44% vs 40%).
In total, 41% of respondents said they had or would vaccinate their children against COVID-19, while 63% and 71% said they would do so against flu and RSV, respectively.
A meta-analysis shows a 26% lower risk of heart attacks in people who received a flu vaccine and a 33% reduction in cardiovascular deaths.
Vaccine effectiveness against hospital admission for the flu was 40%.
One third of those polled said their vaccine decisions do not affect others.
Up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination coverage was 17% among hospital healthcare personnel and 23% among those at nursing homes.
Giving both at the same visit could boost uptake of both vaccines, the authors said.
Formulations of the combo vaccines prompted robust immune responses against influenza A, influenza B, and SARS-CoV-2.
The company expects an FDA decision in the first quarter of 2024.
The weekly proportion of outpatient visits for influenza-like illness, flu hospitalizations, and flu deaths all peaked between the 90th and 98th percentile.