Compatibility between vaccines and religion in the EU in 2018, by country

In 2018, less than 60 percent of respondents to an EU-wide survey in Poland said that vaccines were compatible with their religious beliefs, the lowest share of compatibility in the EU. On the other hand, around 92 percent of respondents in both Finland and Lithuania reported vaccines were suitable with their religious beliefs.

Share of individuals who said vaccines are compatible with their religious beliefs in the European Union (EU) in 2018, by country

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Release date

October 2018



Survey time period

May 18 to June 2, 2018

Number of respondents


Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Data shows the share of respondents in each country agreeing with the statement 'Vaccines are compatible with my religious beliefs.'

* Total number for the EU as a whole. Approximately 1,000 respondents in each member state.

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