Survey results of the portal business-on.de have capital city residents as especially vaccination willing from Cologne, 09.12.2009. More than half of Germans oppose a swine flu vaccination. This is a survey that the economic platform of business-on.de has performed in the past four weeks. 2,022 people cast their votes on the various regional platforms, which are United under the umbrella of. Only 14.24 percent of participants have therefore already against the flu vaccination or plan to do so. “” 57,27% expressed clearly: no, I’m not vaccinate me “and 28,49% responded: I’m still undecided and wait”.
“Most supporters found themselves in the German capital: Berlin, five percent of all respondents say yes” vaccination against swine flu. In other cities, there is much less Impfwillige: in Hamburg and in the Cologne-Bonn area voted only 1.88 percent for a vaccination. Compared to the large cities, the least vaccinated found in Munich (0.15 per cent) and Stuttgart (0.3 percent). Considering all business-on.de regions, then the lowest vaccine readiness in the Ruhr area, as well as in Lower Saxony-East can be determined: the number of survey participants clearly advocating the vaccination, each was in the alcohol field. Split on North, South, East and West, the survey results show the most opponents of vaccination in Western of Germany: 377 people want to leave here not vaccinated, only 66 are already vaccinated or plan to do so.
In southern of Germany, want the fewest people (total 44) can be a total vaccination or are already vaccinated. The people mainly still in the East are undecided: 210 of respondents behave wait. The exciting results of our swine flu survey show that there is a North-South divide as well as an East-West divide on the issue of vaccination”, commented business-on.de Managing Director Christian Weis determined figures. The individual values can be obtained under bit.ly/4NK7E2. About business-on.de: The Online service business-on.