39.6 percent of people certainly want to be vaccinated against COVID-19. This follows from a survey by the Focus agency, published by TV Markíza in the discussion show Na telo. Another 38.5 percent of Slovaks surveyed, according to the survey, are not against vaccination, but currently weigh.
On the contrary, 18.9 percent of respondents certainly could not be vaccinated. The remaining three percent of respondents did not know the question of whether they could be vaccinated. From 12 to 19 January, Focus surveyed a sample of 1,005 respondents.
As for the selected political parties, 63.3 percent of the voters of the Ordinary People and Independent Persons (OĽaNO), 60.6 percent of the voters of the Freedom and Solidarity Party (SaS) and 40.4 percent of the voters of the opposition party Voice – Social could certainly be vaccinated. democracy.
On the contrary, four percent of OĽaNO voters and 4.6 percent of SaS voters reject it. In the case of the opposition Voice-SD, 12.8 percent of respondents refuse to be vaccinated. The statement: “I am not against vaccination, but I am currently hesitant” was supported by 44.1 percent of Voice-SD voters, 34.8 percent of SaS voters and 32.6 percent of OĽaNO voters.
Voters of the Kotleb party of the ĽSNS reject the vaccine in particular; 60 percent of them could not be vaccinated. There is also a high resistance to vaccination among Smer voters, with almost 35 percent of respondents rejecting it.
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