We now have 8 surveys asking about vaccine damage... 6 commissioned by Kirsch and 2 done by Zogby commissioned by Children's Health Defense. I combined data from 7 of 8 of these surveys and here is what I found.
I looked at 5 of the 6 Kirsch commissioned polls and determined the percentage that reported an adverse event that was "serious" or "very serious." The responses ranged from a low of 2% to a high of 6% with as combined average of 3.9% for the five surveys I looked at.
I next looked at the two Zogby surveys. Zogby asked the question differently. I combined the following three responses into a comparable response: "Severe and still recovering," "serious requiring days to recover or hospitalization," and "life threatening." The Zogby surveys found 4.7% and 7.7% of these responses for a combined average of 6.2%.
Note: The 8th survey did not ask these questions. Instead it asked if the respondent was hospitalized as a result of a vaccine adverse event. The response to this question was 3%.
So we have 7 surveys with a combined 4,300+ participants selected randomly with a range of responses of 2% to 7.7%. Giving each survey equal weight, the average response is 4.5%. That is, 1 in 22 respondents reported a vaccine adverse event that they considered serious to very serious.