The public is divided over whether to get vaccinated against COVID-19, with a share of 37% who said they would get a vaccine and 36% who said they definitely “would not get vaccinated, i.e. do not want to get vaccinated,” shows Brima’s quarterly Omnibus survey conducted between February 24 and March 9, 2021.
Also, almost a quarter (23%) of the respondents said they were hesitant, and would wait to see whether vaccination would show any side effects.
The public opinion analysis was conducted through a field survey, face-to-face at respondents’ homes, on a nationally representative sample of 1205 surveys of population aged 15+ in North Macedonia. Brima is conducting its quarterly Omnibus survey in February/March, May, August/September, and November. It is intended for multiple clients – each with their own set of questions with an exclusive right to use. The survey included two questions related to vaccination against COVID-19.
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