TVBS poll shows 86% of people willing to get vaccinated
Courtesy of ICRT
A poll by TVBS shows that 86% of respondents are willing to get vaccinated against coronavirus, nearly double the number in an early April survey.
Only 9% said they would not get it.
The survey also indicates that people have more faith in US-produced vaccines with 88% saying they are willing to get the Pfizer/BNT vaccine shots, and Moderna also has 86% support, followed by Johnson & Johnson's 79%.
As for the AstraZeneca vaccine, 70% of respondents expressed willingness to take it.
People are much more reluctant regarding the two Taiwan-made vaccine candidates, which have yet to be granted Emergency Use Authorization.
Only some 53% will accept those, with 40% saying they won't.