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Christian Aid – Rollout of COVID-19 Vaccine in Developing Nations

UK adults’ views on the rollout of vaccines to developing nations.

  • Two thirds (66%) agree that the UK Government should call on pharmaceutical companies to share their COVID-19 vaccine formula so it can be rolled out faster to more people.
  • More than 3 in 5 (63%) agree that we should work together to create a global COVID-19 vaccine programme which does not prioritise richer developed countries over poorer developing countries.
  • Half of respondents agree that countries who created a COVID-19 vaccine should prioritise the vaccination of their own people over other countries who did not (52%), and once high-risk people are vaccinated in the UK, the Government should help to vaccinate people in poorer developing countries as quickly as possible (49%).
  • Approaching half (45%) of all respondents agree the UK Government should be doing more to help poorer developing countries access COVID-19 vaccines.

Date Published: 13/02/2021

Client: Christian Aid


Savanta ComRes interviewed 2,119 UK adults aged 18+ online from 5-7 February 2021. Data were weighted to be representative of population by age, gender, region, and socio-economic characteristics such as social grade. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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