Every fifth Russian is ready to get a vaccination against COVID-19 for a trip abroad
Every fifth Russian is ready to get a vaccination against coronavirus if this becomes the only opportunity to travel abroad, according to a survey made by the Research Center of the SuperJob.ru portal.
20% of Russians are ready to get a vaccination if this becomes the only opportunity to go abroad. Among respondents under 34 years old this number accounts to 26%.
The study showed that Russian men, more often than women, declare their readiness to be vaccinated in order to travel abroad - 21% and 18% of respondents, respectively.
In any case, 42% of Russians do not want to get a vaccination against coronavirus. Among respondents aged 35-44 this number accounts to 46%.
According to the survey, 18% of Russians plan to get vaccination in any case, among respondents aged 45 and over - almost every fourth (24%). Most often, the respondents with an income per month of 900 Euros or more declare their readiness to get vaccination, SuperJob.ru notes.
20% of Russians have not decided on vaccination.
The survey was conducted on May 13-14, 2021 among 1 600 respondents aged 18 and over, who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus, in 406 populated places, in all federal districts.