Primarily, this 18-24-year-old Russians (11%), residents of small towns (13%) and soldiers (18%).
Such data are published All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) on the basis of the results of a survey conducted in 46 regions of Russia.
survey showed that this year plans to be vaccinated against influenza is almost one third of Russians (32%). More often than other respondents expressed such intention under the age of 35 years (36%), residents of large cities and villages (37 and 36% respectively), Internet users (35-36%), public servants.
The majority of respondents (50%) reported that they do not plan such a vaccine. This is mainly the elderly (61%), poor Russians (59%), Moscow and St. Petersburg (56%) and residents of medium-sized cities (59%).
year ago, during the swine flu, do yourself a vaccine against the virus collected 46% of Russians.
main arguments Russians are not planning to be vaccinated against influenza - confidence in their own health (22%) and skepticism about the effectiveness of the vaccine (20%). In addition, there are concerns about the harm vaccines (14%). Among other factors - lack of experience of vaccination (6%), contraindications (4%), lack of time and the use of folk remedies (3%). Less commonly, the respondents indicate a lack of financial resources, fear of the procedure of vaccination and mistrust doctors (1%).
The survey involved 1600 people. Statistical error does not exceed 3,4%.