Share of people worldwide who believed vaccines can cause autism as of 2017

Percentage of respondents in select countries worldwide who believed some vaccines cause autism in healthy children as of 2017

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Dec 8, 2017
Share of people worldwide who believed vaccines can cause autism as of 2017 This statistic is based on a survey by Ipsos MORI and shows the percentage of respondents in select countries worldwide who believed some vaccines cause autism in healthy children as of 2017. It was found that around 44 percent of respondents in India believed vaccines can cause autism, despite this claim being widely discredited.
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Percentage of respondents in select countries worldwide who believed some vaccines cause autism in healthy children as of 2017

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