Four out of five Spaniards (78.5%) support applying more severe restrictions on unvaccinated people, in a context of “reactivation of the pandemic” and an increase in infections and hospitalizations.
According to the barometer of the Instituto SMOKE couple 20minutos, a vast majority approve of applying tougher measures (such as the prohibition of access to certain premises and spaces), and only 17.1% reject it. The remaining 4.4% do not know or do not respond.
Voters of all parties support this strategy, although those of Vox are the most reluctant: Only 63.9% support the restrictions for not vaccinated, a percentage that rises to 81.9% among voters of the PP, to 82.4% among those of United We Can, to 82.7% among those of Cs and 83 , 3% among the Socialists.
What’s more, rejection is higher in men than in women (20.4% vs. 14%), and is more intense among young people: from 18 to 45 years old, the yes is around 70% and the no, 24%. Support for unvaccinated restrictions rises to 80.7% among 46-65 years and 87.8% among 66-75 years.
Asked about the vaccine, 91.1% of those surveyed assure that they have already received the puncture, with a slightly lower figure among men than among women (90.7% versus 91.5%) and lower among young people: according to the survey, 85.3% are vaccinated between 18 and 35 years, 90, 6% between 36 and 45, 91.8% between 46 and 65 and 95.9% between 66 and 75 years.
Vaccine coverage is more than ten points lower among Vox voters (82.2%) than among the rest of the parties (which move in a range between 92.8% of United We Can and 97.4% of Cs).
Finally, and now that more and more age groups are called to receive a third puncture, the majority (80.1%) are willing to be revaccinated. The figure rises to 86.5% among those who have already received the first doses.
The data, however, low among the population aged 18 to 35 and 36 to 45 years (71.6% and 78.4% would attend, respectively), and among the followers of Vox, of which less than two thirds would be revaccinated (63.3%).