Published on 14 December 2020
The corona crisis is entering a new phase after the positive news from the vaccine front. The results of various vaccine developers are promising and provide light at the end of the dark corona tunnel. At the same time, numerous new challenges arise. Not only must the population be motivated to adhere to the measures for a long time to come, they must also be motivated to be vaccinated. A minimum vaccination rate of 70% is the target in order to build up sufficient group immunity. But how many percent of the population want to be vaccinated today? Does motivation play a role in this and what stops people from being vaccinated? Finally, which people can influence the willingness to be vaccinated and which obstacles can best be removed? In this report, we address these themes for the first time in the latest wave of Flemish respondents (N = 6056; average age = 48; 63% women) to the motivation barometer.
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