Partial results of the EWL study have been quoted on the official website of the European Commission. This is yet another proof that the research we conduct provides very important knowledge for the understanding of migration processes in Europe.
Let us add that the results quoted by the European Commission are only a fragment of a broader study which we conducted jointly with the Centre for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw in April and May.
Let us remind that the study showed that 36.1% of foreign workers are willing to be vaccinated against coronavirus in Poland if given such an opportunity. 31.1% of respondents are not ready to get vaccinated in Poland. Almost every third (32%) economic migrant is undecided about a vaccination in Poland. In addition, only nearly one percent of respondents (0.8%) declared that they have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 or are in the process.