Hungarians Overwhelmingly In Favour Of Vaccination

  • 23 Jul 2019 7:45 AM
  • Hungary Matters
Hungarians Overwhelmingly In Favour Of Vaccination
An overwhelming majority of Hungarians are in favour of vaccinating, a survey by the Századvég economic research institute released on Monday shows.

Fully 74% of the survey’s respondents said vaccination was vital for preserving health, Századvég said.

Altogether 15% said they were “more in favour that not” of vaccination, with only 9% expressing a negative attitude towards the practice.

Hungarians consider vaccination even more important in the case of children, with 93% saying they should be vaccinated as early as possible. Only 5% of respondents disagreed.

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