What does the world think?

Ipsos MORI conducted a global survey sponsored by GSK Vaccines, it looked at 8,521 adults aged 18 and over in six countries and 1,351 healthcare professionals in three countries to find out the state of knowledge about vaccination throughout life. Countries surveyed included the United States, United Kingdom, India, Brazil, Italy and Germany.

To see the key global findings and highlights for each country, download the Vaccinate for Life infographic here.

Vaccinate for Life infographic (PDF 651 KB)

References

1. Vaccinate for Life General Public survey. Exploration based on Q4. Looking at the following statements about vaccinations, also referred to as immunisations, please select whether you think each one is true or false. Vaccinations or immunisations are only recommended to children and/or babies. Total base All respondents n=8521.

2. Vaccinate for Life General Public survey. Exploration based on Q4. Looking at the following statements about vaccinations, also referred to as immunisations, please select whether you think each one is true or false. Vaccinations or immunisations are not needed if you are fit and healthy. Total base All respondents n=8521.

3. Vaccinate for Life General Public survey. Exploration based on Q9. Which of the following statements best describes how up-to-date you consider yourself to be on vaccinations I am aware of the vaccines recommended to adults of my age and have received all of these recommended vaccinations. Total base All respondents n=8521.

4. Vaccinate for Life HCP survey. Exploration based on Q6. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the statements on the importance of adult vaccinations. My adult patients would benefit from more information and guidance on which vaccines are available for their age group. Completely / somewhat agree. Total base All respondents n=1351