Since 2018, the Vaccine Confidence Project has conducted bi-annual research to monitor public attitudes to vaccines across the EU. The 2022 report reveals overall vaccine confidence has declined among the general public since 2020, meaning confidence levels are now roughly the same as in 2018.
Read the 2020 instalment of the VCPs bi-annual research report “The State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU & UK,” which monitors public attitudes to vaccines across the continent.
In this first instalment of the VCPs bi-annual “State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU” report, we found public perceptions towards vaccines are largely positive.
Our 2020 study investigated public perceptions towards the importance, safety, and effectiveness of vaccines as well as the perceptions towards the safety…
In this study we assessed the overall state of confidence in vaccines among the public in all 27 EU member states.
In 2018, the European Commission engaged the Vaccine Confidence Project to create the first “State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU” report. Since then, the VCP has conducted bi-annual research to map and monitor public attitudes to vaccines across the region and examine trends over time.