Approximately 50% of Russians prefer not to be vaccinated against coronavirus, referred to in sociological Bulletin Fund "Public opinion".
"But in principle, if there were high-quality vaccine, would You want or do not want to get vaccinated against the coronavirus: 44% of all respondents would like 50% – would not 6% – difficult to answer" – follows from the document.
Most of the reluctance to vaccinate, said the Russians at the age of 31 – 45 years (64%), 18-30 years (51%). Among the reasons respondents said distrust of the as a quickly developed vaccine, the belief in a good immune system and others. Of all the people who participated in the survey, the majority (29%) are waiting for the vaccine this year, 19% in the first half of 2021 and 10% in the second. Least of all respondents – 9% – are convinced that the vaccine does not appear before 2022, and 14% did believe that the drugs and never will. However, nearly half of respondents believe that the Russian vaccine will be of good quality.
"do you think that Russian vaccine against coronavirus, the appearance of which is expected this fall, will be a good or bad quality? Good – 48% and 20% poor and 31% undecided", – stated in the survey.
All-Russian telephone survey was conducted from June 19-21, which was attended by 1,000 respondents over the age of 18. The statistical error does not exceed 3.8 per cent.