From October 21 to December 15, 2020, the WIN Network conducted its annual WIN World Survey (WWS).
Over 26,000 respondents in 32 countries were surveyed online.
The objective of this survey was to analyze perspectives on:
- The COVID-19 vaccine
- How governments handled the health crisis
- The capacity of the national health systems
- How likely people are to travel in 2021
Some of the highlights of the survey include:
- 71% of respondents report that they will definitely or probably get the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.
- With respect to the coronavirus pandemic, 52% of respondents feel that their government handled the crisis very well or pretty good.
- With respect to the coronavirus pandemic, 58% of respondents rate the capacity of their country’s healthcare system positively.
- 29% of respondents are likely (very or quite) to travel outside their country for a holiday in 2021.
As noted by Vilma Scarpino, President, WIN, “This survey is a valuable tool to anticipate the pandemic scenario in 2021. The willingness to get vaccinated is an evidence of the strong desire of getting back to normal, considering that citizens in many countries lack of confidence in their health system. In 2021, people will be more cautious and are not planning to travel yet. Based on these results, it will be interesting to see how the predisposition to get vaccinated and travel will change in the first months of the 2021.”
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Leger is a founding member of WIN (the Worldwide Independent Network of Market Research and Opinion Polling), one of the largest independent associations in the world.