Berlin - According to survey for 80 percent of Germans, daycare places should only be given to vaccinated children. 57 percent were in favor of linking the childcare place “in any case” to vaccination against dangerous diseases such as measles, as the newspapers of the Funke media group report, citing survey by the opinion research institute. 23 percent voted for “somewhat yes”. Around seven percent each answered with “definitely not” or “probably not”.
Especially 30- to 39- According to the survey, year-olds want to tie the day care place to the vaccination. In the target group, 66 percent were in favor. Among the 18 to 29 year olds it was 53 percent, among the 40 to 49 year olds 57 percent.
According to the information, resistance to the coupling of vaccination and daycare comes mainly from supporters of the Greens and the Left Party. In the case of Green voters, 19 percent are against it, in the case of voters of the left about 23 percent. In contrast, voters from the AfD and Union spoke out in favor of coupling. Around 62 percent each voted for the “definitely” option, as they said.
According to the information, 5,018 people took part in the representative online survey. The question was: "Should children only be given place in the daycare if they have been vaccinated against dangerous diseases?"