Most Poles prefer the Pfizer vaccine
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If Poles were allowed to choose their COVID-19 vaccine, 41.7% would opt for the Pfizer vaccine, while only 4.8% would select AstraZeneca, a survey by the SW Research pollster has shown, according to a report by news agency PAP.
Some 25% of the respondents said they were not planning to inoculate themselves against the coronavirus. 9% preferred the Moderna vaccine and 8.7% the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Nearly 11% said they didn't mind which vaccine they received.
The Pfizer vaccine was more frequently chosen by women (46%) than men (36%), and predominantly by people over the age of 50. The Moderna vaccine was most frequently indicated by high-bracket earners (15%). Most low-bracket earners chose the AstraZeneca vaccine (9%).
SW Research ran the survey on May 11-12 on a random sample of 800 internet users above the age of 18.
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