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Petravić, Luka; Arh, Rok; Gabrovec, Tina; Jazbec, Lucija; Rupčić, Nika; Starešinič, Nina; Zorman, Lea; Zwitter, Matjaž; Slavec, Ana
In December 2020, the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine was first approved in the Western world. However, the effectiveness of national vaccination plans depends on the willingness of the population to get vaccinated. Previous research on vaccine hesitancy has shown various factors that influence the decision to vaccinate such as gender, age, education, socioeconomic status, profession, experience with vaccinations, experience with the disease, and trust in experts. For better understanding of attitudes towards COVID-19 vaccination a cross-sectional survey was conducted of the Slovenian population. 12,042 individuals responded to the online survey. Ordinal regression analysis was used with mediation to study the interaction of different factors that impact the intent to vaccinate. In addition, textual analysis was run on open-ended question response data to get a better insight into the motivations behind the answers. The data was weighted by Valicon, who used the questions on his JazVem panel.
[SARSPR20]ł Attitudes towards SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination, 2020 _ Convenience Sample.pdf
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