A milestone marked the beginning of the mass vaccination plan against Covid in the country, according to the results released this day by the Cadem Plaza Pública survey.
According to the poll, for the third consecutive week the number of respondents who claim to be very or quite afraid of catching covid, who reached 53% fell (the figure grazed 70% at the end of January).
There was also an increase in those who claim to want to be given the vaccine when it is available or corresponding to them on schedule: if by the end of January the figure was 50%, in a fortnight the percentage rose to 65%.
In addition, approval of government management in the management of the covid crisis rose to 50%, and those who believe that immigrants who have not regularized their situation should be vaccinated reached 59%.
On immigration, meanwhile, 60% of respondents called the ins and outs of immigrants and 72% said they believe more restrictions should be put on than current ones for migration.
In the presidential race, the poll was led by the mayor of Recoleta, Daniel Jadue with 6%, followed by his pair of Las Condes, Joaquín Lavín and the mayor of Providencia, Evelyn Matthei, both with 4%.
Approval for the management of President Sebastián Piñera, as it marked 23% and rejection fell from 69% to 66%.