40% of Poles want vaccination against COVID
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A poll published on December 31 found that 41% of all Poles plan to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, news agency PAP reported.
According to the poll by Social Changes for the wPolityce.pl web portal, the proportion of people willing to get vaccinated rose by 8% compared to the previous poll.
Of those willing to get the vaccine, 20% are "determined" to get vaccinated, while 21% "rather" plan to do so. By contrast, 39% do not want to be vaccinated, down by 5% compared to the previous survey.
Around 20% of those polled were as yet undecided. The poll comes as the Polish authorities started a nationwide vaccination program supported by a media campaign encouraging people to get vaccinated. The poll was carried out on December 25-28, 2020, on a representative sample of 1,040 adult Poles.
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