ER Editor: 1,004 people were polled on December 22 and 23 by opinion poll company Odoxa. Vaccine refusal has gone from 50% to 58% despite the great and good telling us on TV that we ‘should just get vaccinated’. Interestingly, the Le Figaro report on this poll shows working class people to be far more opposed to it than the white collar middle classes: 73% of blue collar workers would refuse it whereas 62% of the management class say they’re ready to have it. Unsurprisingly, Macron voters would be far more likely to say yes than voters for other parties.
Number of French opposed to Covid-19 vaccination increasing
While the vaccination campaign has already started, the number of respondents saying they are against it is increasing in France.
PARIS – The challenge is twofold for the executive in this new year. While the figures attest to a serious delay in convincing France in terms of vaccination, a new study revealed that the French are largely opposed to the process and do not wish to submit to it.
According to an Odoxa survey carried out for Le Figaro and FranceInfo, 58 percent of people questioned say they do not agree with vaccination. In January, this proportion was eight points lower. “Unbelievably, in France, the more the scientists supposed to praise vaccination talk about vaccines, the less the French want to be vaccinated!, “ said Gaël Sliman, president of the Odoxa Institute. (ER: Ordinary French are pretty tuned in and don’t believe the Big Pharma sponsored ‘scientists’.)
This also revealed several notable disparities. Thus, 69 percent of women oppose the vaccine, while only 54 percent of men do so. The over 65s are much more likely to be ready to be immunized via an injection (58 percent) than their younger counterparts in the 35-49 age group (32 percent). The study also shows that 56 percent of Emmanuel Macron’s voters accept the vaccination, while those of Marine Le Pen and Jean-Luc Mélenchon are respectively at 68 percent and 60 percent in opposition to it.
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