Poll: Most of Citizens to Accept Coronavirus Vaccine if Recommended by Doctors | Beta Briefing

Poll: Most of Citizens to Accept Coronavirus Vaccine if Recommended by Doctors

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Archive / News | 02.12.20 | access_time 15:39


According to a Demostat public opinion poll, there's a moderate correlation between what respondents think about a new coronavirus vaccine and their political views, with 46 percent of them likely to get vaccinated following a doctor's recommendation, and 31 percent absolutely refusing the immunization.

The poll says that the respondents with no specific political allegiances are more trustful of the medical profession, as 44 percent of those would get vaccinated if recommended by a medical professional, whereas 34 would not have a coronavirus vaccine under any circumstances.

Fifty-one percent of the interviewed people who described themselves as the supporters of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party said they would accept immunization if advised accordingly by healthcare professionals, whereas 17 percent of the Progressive supporters would get a vaccine if President Aleksandar Vucic recommended so.

The Demostat pollsters have also found that 40 percent of respondents who support the parties that boycotted Serbia's last parliamentary polls would not have a vaccine under any circumstances, 34 percent would if recommended by a physician, and two percent would get it if the Serbian president suggested they should.

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