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Covid vaccine for children, 50% of parents say no – breaking latest news

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Covid vaccine for children (Ansa)

The Italians are in favor of the anti Covid vaccine for the under twelve, but the perplexities arise among the parents of children between 5 and 12 years old. Those who have children under 12 look at this instrument with more distrust, especially when thinking of younger children. The lack of data on the effects of vaccination between the ages of 5 and 12 is the main justification for those against, especially if they are directly involved in evaluating the possibility of vaccinating their children. Going into the detail of the analysis conducted by Noto Sondaggi, there is a consistent level of overall confidence …

The Italians are in favor of Covid vaccine for the under twelve, but the perplexities arise among the parents of children between 5 and 12 years old. Who has children under 12 look at this instrument with more distrust, especially when thinking of younger children. The lack of data on the effects of vaccination between the ages of 5 and 12 is the main justification for those against, especially if they are directly involved in evaluating the possibility of vaccinating their children. Going into the detail of the analysis conducted by Known Polls, there is a consistent level of overall confidence in the vaccine for children by all Italians: a large majority, 58% approve it, the reluctant are only a quarter and the percentage of undecided is even smaller. The picture changes a lot when analyzing the opinions of those who have children between the ages of 5 and 12, the demographic that can receive the vaccine for the first time. THE on the contrary they are in this case almost half of the parents, that is 47%, according to our survey presented on Thursday at Porta a Porta. They thus far outweigh the favorable component, which stands at 40%, a figure that is not low however.

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In short, parents with children under 12 are the most uncertain to have their children injected the vaccine. There are differences But between fathers and mothers, women with children aged 5-12 are more confident in the vaccine than their spouses, a solid 50% of women significantly stands out over 38% of supportive fathers. The opposites between fathers and mothers are essentially the same with 47% and 44%. Going into detail, there is a further divergence of opinions on the vaccine between parents of children between the ages of 5-10 and those between 11-12. Slightly more in favor of administering those who have children between 11 and 12 years, they are 46% compared to a robust 43% against.

The opposition to the vaccine instead makes its way between who has younger children. In fact, those who have children between 5 and 10 years are more hostile to vaccinating them (55%), only 31% would do so without doubts. By investigating the motivations of skeptical parents, we discover how the lack of reliable data on the effects of the Covid vaccination on children is the main reason for refusal. Thus 52% of the opposers are justified, which is reflected in 55% among fathers and 47% among mothers. The reluctant ones always think that Covid can hardly infect children, says one parent in three, a slightly higher percentage among mothers than among fathers, 38% against 30%. Only 9%, on the other hand, fear possible side effects. Vaccinating children is therefore certainly an important decision, which no one will take lightly, but it is also true that by analyzing all the data as a whole, what emerges is the little information in the possession of the parents that influences, at the moment, the decision to have the children vaccinated. own children.

* Director of Well-known Surveys

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