Poll: 25% of Metro Manila residents willing to get vaccinated
The Tugon ng Masa survey, conducted from Dec. 9 to 13, 2020 with the results released yesterday, showed that only 25 percent of the 600 respondents in the metropolis are willing to get vaccinated.
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Poll: 25% of Metro Manila residents willing to get vaccinated

Janvic Mateo (The Philippine Star) - January 6, 2021 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Only about a fourth of Metro Manila residents are willing to get vaccinated against the coronavirus disease, a survey conducted by the OCTA Research group showed.

The Tugon ng Masa survey, conducted from Dec. 9 to 13, 2020 with the results released yesterday, showed that only 25 percent of the 600 respondents in the metropolis are willing to get vaccinated.

Twenty-eight percent said they were unwilling, while 47 percent were undecided.

Those who were unwilling to have themselves vaccinated were highest among those in class E at 31 percent, followed by those in class D at 28 percent and class ABC at 19 percent.

Meanwhile, those willing to get vaccinated are highest among class ABC at 29 percent, followed by those in class E at 27 percent and class D at 24 percent.

The same survey also showed that 81 percent of Metro Manila respondents approve of the national government’s response to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Only six percent said they were dissatisfied, while 12 percent were unsure of their assessment of the national government’s response.

The Tugon ng Masa survey, which OCTA described as an independent and non-commissioned scientific poll, had an error margin of +/- four percent.

OCTA research is an independent and interdisciplinary group of experts composed mainly of faculty members of the University of the Philippines and University of Santo Tomas.

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