- According to the conclusions of the qualitative study conducted by GAD3 for Servimedia, “Vaccination against COVID-19 in people with disabilities”, the group shows an opinion “strongly in favor of vaccines” and considers that vaccination “has important individual and social benefits”.
The study was carried out with the aim of analyzing the perception that people with disabilities have about vaccines, and also how they inform themselves about it. They also emphasize the need to trust the experts and value, as a positive part of the pandemic, having spent more time at home with their families.
They also acknowledge that they want to be informed, but are saturated by the information and hoaxes generated as a result of COVID-19, an overload that brings, they say, “a great deal of misinformation”.
You can find all the data of the study in the following link: Servimedia
Universe: People with disabilities
Quotas: Mixed groups. Ages between 18 and 55 years old.
Data collection procedure:qualitative online methodology, with two group dynamics, through Microsot Teams, lasting an hour and a half, with 6 participants in each one.