22% of the surveyed German citizens supported the introduction of compulsory vaccination.
Most often, citizens over 60 years of age who are at risk of contracting COVID-19 are in favor of compulsory vaccination.
Also in favor of mandatory vaccination against coronavirus are the voters of the conservative bloc of the Christian Democratic and Christian-Social Union.
Supporters of the Free Democrats and the Alternative for Germany party strongly oppose mandatory vaccinations.
Among the world's top 20 economies, vaccination is mandatory in Indonesia, where those who refuse to vaccinate face fines, and in Saudi Arabia, where the vaccination requirement applies to all workers in public and private institutions.