Jordanians’ Views on COVID-19 Vaccine – April 2021

Study shows a significant increase in vaccine acceptance across all segments in April as compared to December.

The author(s)

  • Noor Al-Salhi Accounts Manager, Jordan
  • Hassan Obeidat Senior Research Analyst - MSU
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As the vaccine became a global reality and the Jordanian government announced the plan to vaccinate Jordanians, Ipsos, the leading research company in Middle East and North Africa is currently deploying the COVID-19 Vaccination Tracker, which includes a representative quantitative survey as well as social intelligence analytics to shed light on Jordanians’ evolving opinions on the vaccine.  
 
The results of the research revealed that unlike three months ago, acceptance towards the vaccine has witnessed a considerable increase across all segments. In April 2021, 75% said that they are willing to take the vaccine while 33% will do it right away and 42% would rather wait. Given the recent shift in attitudes, Jordanians’ willingness to take the vaccine has gone up in comparison to other countries such as Germany and France whereby only 74% and 59% respectively, are willing to take the vaccine.
 

The author(s)

  • Noor Al-Salhi Accounts Manager, Jordan
  • Hassan Obeidat Senior Research Analyst - MSU

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