Only 55% of Ontarians Want A COVID-19 Vaccine Once They're Available, Survey Says
The rest are unsure or don't want one at all.
A new survey conducted by Campaign Research for The Toronto Star drew some surprising conclusions about the
The study sampled 1,001 respondents who are eligible voters in Ontario and part of a Maru/Blue research panel.
According to their study, only 55% of surveyed Ontarians would be willing to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it's made available.
of surveyed Ontarians want the vaccine as it's made available
Twenty-four percent of surveyed voters were unsure about whether they'd like to receive it right away, says the report.
According to the report, 21% of surveyed Ontarians do not want one whatsoever.
The study was conducted through an online survey and a "probabilistic sample of a similar size would have a margin of error of plus or minus 3%," says The Research Campaign.
It was announced Wednesday morning that.
They say vaccinations could begin as early as next week.