Opinion on vaccines in Eastern Europe in 2018, by aspect

Nearly one half of residents in the Eastern European* countries considered vaccines to be effective in 2018, as per 46 percent of survey participants. The share of respondents holding a view that vaccines were safe was smaller, measuring at 37 percent. Furthermore, 17 percent somewhat or strongly disagreed with the statement that they were safe.

Opinion on safety and effectiveness of vaccines in Eastern Europe* in 2018**

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Release date

June 2019



Survey time period

April to December 2018**

Number of respondents

11,064 respondents

Age group

15 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)

Supplementary notes

* The study included data for the following countries in Eastern Europe: Belarus, Bulgaria, Czechia, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, and Ukraine.

** Survey dates, the number of respondents, and sample characteristics for each country can be found in the methodology:

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