Only 8% of Greece’s population is extremely negative about vaccination, according to the latest nationwide survey by Focus Bari | YouGov.
This figure has decreased significantly compared to previous months. Judge for yourself: the percentage of vaccine deniers and doubters over the past year looks like this:
January-February: 20% negative, 43% doubtful; April: 15% of those who categorically do not want to get vaccinated, 31% are thinking; June: 13% “negatives”, 20% haven’t decided yet; October: 8% reject vaccination and 8% hesitate to choose.
Overall, 81% of those surveyed said yes to vaccinations. Some of them have already been vaccinated, others have received the first vaccination or made an appointment – such 77%. And the rest are determined to visit the vaccination center in the very near future (4%).
Among the remaining 19%, every tenth respondent (11%) says that they are “hesitant or have not decided yet”, and 8% are “negative” and do not intend to get vaccinated.
At the same time, indecision is more inherent in young people aged 18 to 44 years. Those who are categorically against vaccination are equally present in all age groups.
Focus Bari Poll | YouGov was conducted in October and responded to 635 Greek citizens aged 18 to 74.