Q. The Covid-19 vaccine rollout has begun in Australia.
Once a vaccine becomes available to you, how long would you wait before taking it?
|Total||Gender||Age Group||Federal Voting Intention|
|Male||Female||18-34||35-54||55+||Labor||TOTAL: Coalition||Greens||TOTAL: Other|
|I’d get vaccinated as soon as possible / I’ve already been vaccinated||50%||58%||42%||41%||44%||63%||50%||56%||58%||45%|
|I’d get vaccinated, but wouldn’t do it straight away||40%||34%||46%||47%||43%||31%||41%||38%||33%||37%|
|I’d never get vaccinated||10%||7%||12%||11%||13%||6%||10%||6%||8%||18%|
- Those most likely to get the vaccine immediately include men (58%) and those aged over 55 (63%).
- Those voting for independent or minor parties are the most likely to say they would never get vaccinated (18%).
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