Nearly 1 in 3 Americans believe a coronavirus vaccine exists and is being withheld from the public, according to a USA Today survey.

To be clear, no coronavirus vaccine exists and keeping one secret from the public, therefore causing thousands of deaths and wrecking not only the American economy but the global one, would be a bad business decision, even for the Illuminati.

According to the survey of more than 6,300 people, 32% of Americans believe, someone is hiding the cure for COVID-19.

Back in reality, clinical trials are underway, but most doctors don’t expect a vaccine to be widely available for another 12 to 18 months.

The USA Today survey found more interesting results: 44% of Americans think COVID-19 was created in a lab (there is no evidence for this and the World Health Organization has repeatedly said it probably comes from an animal) and 35% still think the coronavirus threat is being exaggerated, despite the more than 51,000 deaths from the virus in America alone.

Of course, it may not help that 48% of people surveyed believe the country is “concealing” the true number of coronavirus deaths.

Despite this general distrust in authority, 81% of Americans, who were surveyed from April 2-8, said they were social distancing.

The survey had a margin of error of 2.2 percentage points, according to USA Today.