Eight in ten Spaniards said that if this protects their elderly, they will be vaccinated against the coronavirus.this is The evolutionary study of society’s scientific perception of covid-19By the Spanish Science and Technology Foundation (Fissette), depends on the Ministry of Science and Innovation.
The report measured Spain’s attitudes towards vaccination and analyzed data collected from two more specific scientific surveys of covid-19, in which 4,208 people participated in the survey via telephone interviews. The first round was held from June 25th to July 15th, and the second round was held from January 4th to 22nd. It also included data from the 10th Social Science and Technology Informed Survey conducted between July 15 and October 19, 2020, involving 7,953 people.
As progress is made in January 2021, Vaccination campaignSix in ten Spaniards are willing to be vaccinated without reluctance, and this number is only two in ten by October 2020.
The population with a higher vaccine rejection rate is below 10%, and this figure reached 32% in October. Among the factors that affect reluctance to be vaccinated, confidence In the healthcare system, and agree with conspiracy theories. Compared with July 2020, these two factors have become more important in explaining vaccine resistance in January. Debate against vacuum By the end of the summer, doubts and reluctance about vaccination among the Spanish population increased.
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On the other hand, 61% of Spaniards believe that the national scientific and medical advisors know the best measures to deal with the pandemic, while 23% expressed lack of confidence in this.
In addition, a quarter of Spaniards claimed to have passed Financial difficulties Due to the pandemic.The study also shows that half of the population is mainly concerned with The health impact of this crisis, And 14% are mainly worried economic with the work, And 35% of people are equally concerned about these two effects.
Finally, it should be noted that 95% of Spaniards use masks when they go out, but only 53% say they are permanently isolated from society.