Almost every tenth Russian citizen considered dangerous vaccinations and harmless HIV
In danger of vaccinations and safety human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is convinced almost every tenth Russian: 9 and 8 percent, respectively.
This follows from the results of a study published on the website of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM) on Tuesday, July 31.
About as many and even more among the inhabitants of the country those who are confident in the safety of genetically modified foods (GMO) — 12 percent.
According to sociologists, the answers to these questions are markedly different in people with different levels of education.
So, the extreme danger in the use of GMOs provide, on average, 79 percent of respondents VTSIOM. Among people with matriculation this opinion is shared by 84 percent, and among those who dropped out of school and 71%.
That HIV is a serious terminal illness, sure, 78 percent of respondents.
However, among the respondents many of those who believe that the medicines people with such a diagnosis is not required as to their condition, the virus itself is not affected.
Often think respondents with secondary education — 12 percent.
Every twentieth Respondent (5%) claims that HIV does not exist.
In the benefits of vaccination often believe people with higher education (75 percent) than those who successfully graduated from high school (63 percent).
14 percent of respondents say that such preventive measures do not affect the probability of getting sick.