Why is West Virginia still one of the least-vaccinated states in the country despite the cash giveaway announcement?

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From a newspaper, I saw a graph

In some U.S. states that held lotteries for vaccine recipients, with
some prizes reaching the million-dollar mark, leaders reported upticks
in interest, but it’s unclear how large of a role the incentive
played. West Virginia, among the first to announce cash giveaways,
remains one of the least-vaccinated states in the country

Even in some paper, they said that the monetary incentives is not really a good way to persuade the people to vaccinate (Sprengholz 2021, page 1). However, in West Virginia, it even becomes the least-vaccinated states in US, I am wondering what is the logical explanation behind this phenomenon?

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