A new survey has found that slightly less than half of the adults in the nation plan to get vaccinated against COVID-19 when they are given the opportunity to do so.
The Korea Society Opinion Institute conducted the survey last Friday and Saturday on one-thousand-20 adults nationwide and found that 45-point-eight percent of respondents said they would promptly get vaccinated when it’s their turn.
Forty-five-point-seven percent said they would put off getting inoculated and monitor the situation while five-point-one percent of the surveyed said they would not get vaccinated.
Asked whether they trust the government on the introduction of the vaccines and preparation for inoculation, nearly 56 percent said they do trust the government while around 41 percent said they do not.
Commissioned by TBS, the survey had a confidence level of 95 percent with a margin of error of plus or minus three-point-one percentage points.