The poll was conducted from January 22 to 29 with 1,570 respondents.
Asked about their readiness for the government's Covid-19 vaccination campaign beginning in February:
65.99 per cent said they want to know the vaccine's side-effects before inoculation;
20.70 per cent said they were ready to take the vaccine without fear of side-effects;
13.31 per cent said they did not want to take the vaccine.
Asked about respondents' confidence in the Covid-19 vaccine's effectiveness:
63.88 per cent said they have little confidence;
19.30 per cent said they do not have confidence;
16.82 per cent said they have confidence.
Regarding the government's move to take care of people's health after the Covid-19 vaccination:
60.83 per cent said the government would do the same;
35.54 per cent said the government would provide more healthcare;
3.63 per cent said the government would provide less healthcare.
Asked about respondents' worries over the Covid-19 vaccination (multiple choice):
82.71 per cent were worried about side-effects;
71.96 per cent said they were concerned about effectiveness;
54.67 per cent said they were worried about adequate vaccine stocks;
44.17 per cent were worried about the price;
38.60 per cent were concerned about the vaccine brand.
Asked about awareness of Covid-19 vaccine manufacturers (multiple choices):
64.27 per cent said Pfizer-BioNTech;
52.55 per cent named Oxford-AstraZeneca;
51.66 per cent said Sinovac Biotech;
35.10 per cent said Johnson & Johnson;
28.28 per cent said Moderna.
Published : January 31, 2021
By : The Nation