Appendix C: Data tables for the analysis of waves 6 (November 2020) and 7 (January 2021) of the Understanding Society COVID-19 study

Table 1.1

Table 1.1: Percentage of people who reported each type of reason they are likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in January 2021, by ethnicity

Ethnicity Person-centered (%) Family or work oriented (%) Society-oriented (%) Other (%) N / A (%) Respondents (weighted) Respondents (unweighted)
Indian 71.8 7.2 15.8 5.2 0.0 134 211
Pakistani 77.0 11.2 10.5 ? ? 74 99
Bangladeshi 65.6 ? ? ? 0.0 40 51
Chinese ? ? ? ? ? 13 27
Asian Other 46.3 ? ? 43.9 0.0 56 49
Black caribbean 53.7 ? ? ? 0.0 20 42
Black african 78.7 ? ? ? 0.0 36 50
Black Other ? ? ? ? ? 3 6
Caribbean white and black mix 67.1 ? 20.3 ? 0.0 48 46
African white and black mixed ? ? ? ? ? ten ten
Mixed white and asian 53.6 27.3 ? ? 0.0 31 37
Mixed Other ? ? ? ? ? 18 26
White british 60.9 12.2 19.7 ? ? 6064 7071
Irish white 64.0 18.8 14.4 ? ? 62 111
White or Irish gypsy traveler ! ! ! ! ! ! !
White Other 49.4 12.0 23.6 14.9 0.0 163 239
Arab ? ? ? ? ? 6 11
Other ? ? ? ? ? 33 27
Unknown 45.2 24.7 26.3 ? ? 84 210
Total 61.0 12.2 19.4 ? ? 6898 8324

Table notes

?: Data not disclosed because the figures are not robust (either because less than 30 people of this ethnic group were surveyed, or because the coefficient of variation for this category and this ethnic group was greater than 30) or for secondary suppression.

!: Data withheld for confidentiality reasons – less than 5 people from this ethnic group were interviewed.

N / A: data not applicable

These numbers were produced by the Race Disparity Unit (RDU) with data from Wave 7 of Understanding Society’s COVID-19 study. The data was collected in January 2021.

Participants were asked to indicate the main reason they would receive a COVID-19 vaccine. They could only give one reason.

Counts were weighted using the societal understanding variable betaindin_xw. Figures have been rounded to the nearest whole number, but percentages and totals have been calculated with unrounded figures.

See Table 1.2 for the reasons used in the survey question.

Table 1.2

Table 1.2: Categorization of reasons why people are likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19

Reason RDU Category
To prevent myself from catching the coronavirus or becoming very sick from it Focused on the individual
To allow me to get out of my house safely Focused on the individual
To enable me to get the help or care I need at home Focused on the individual
To allow me to return to my workplace Family or work oriented
To allow my social and family life to return to normal Family or work oriented
To reduce disruption to my children’s education Family or work oriented
Because the vaccine will only work if most people in the UK take it Focused on society
To protect others from the coronavirus Focused on society
Because I am a key worker working with high risk groups Other
Because I take the vaccines that have been offered or recommended to me Other
Other Other
Refusal N / A
Inapplicable N / A
I do not know N / A

The reasons were taken from the iteration of wave 7 (January 2021) vaxwhy question in the COVID Understanding Society study. The reasons have been categorized by RDU analysts

Table 2

Table 2: Percentage of people who showed each type of feeling of vaccination in January 2021, among those who said in November 2020 that it was “ unlikely ” or “ very unlikely ” to be vaccinated against COVID-19, by ethnicity

Positive (%) Negative (%) I do not know (%) N / A (%) Respondents (weighted) Respondents (unweighted)
Indian 87.6 ? ? 0.0 21 77
Pakistani 35.1 64.9 0.0 0.0 29 60
Bangladeshi 40.8 59.2 0.0 0.0 38 32
Chinese ? ? ? ? 8 ten
Asian Other ? ? ? ? 4 12
Black caribbean 40.1 56.6 ? ? 42 52
Black african 71.6 28.4 0.0 0.0 25 37
Black Other ? ? ? ? 1 4
Caribbean white and black mix ? ? ? ? 26 18
African white and black mixed ? ? ? ? 2 4
Mixed white and asian ? ? ? ? 3 8
Mixed Other ? ? ? ? 1 7
White british 67.2 31.2 ? ? 971 1070
Irish white ? ? ? ? 9 15
White or Irish gypsy traveler N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A N / A
White Other 50.3 48.6 ? ? 51 74
Arab ? ? ? ? 0 5
Other ? ? ? ? 9 5
Unknown 53.6 46.4 0.0 0.0 29 45
Total 62.4 36.2 ? ? 1270 1535

Table notes

?: Data not disclosed because the figures are not robust (either because less than 30 people of this ethnic group were surveyed, or because the coefficient of variation for this category and this ethnic group was greater than 30) or for secondary suppression.

!: Data withheld for confidentiality reasons – less than 5 people from this ethnic group were interviewed.

N / A: data not applicable

Respondents with a ‘positive’ feeling said:

  • already had a dose of the vaccine
  • made an appointment for the vaccine
  • were ‘likely’ or ‘very likely’ to accept a vaccine when offered to them

Respondents with a “negative” feeling said they were “unlikely” or “very unlikely” to accept a vaccine when offered to them.

Sentiment is displayed as “N / A” if data is missing, unenforceable, or denied.

These figures were produced by RDU using data from Wave 6 (November 2020) and Wave 7 (January 2021) of Understanding Society’s COVID-19 study.

Counts were weighted using the societal understanding variable betaindin_xw. Figures have been rounded to the nearest whole number, but percentages and totals have been calculated with unrounded figures.

Table 3

Table 3: Percentage of people who reported each type of reason they are likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in January 2021, among those who changed from “ unlikely ” or “ very unlikely ” status to be vaccinated in November 2020 to “ likely ” or “ very likely ” to be vaccinated in January 2021, by ethnicity

Ethnicity Person-centered (%) Family or work oriented (%) Society-oriented (%) Other (%) N / A (%) Total (weighted) Total (unweighted)
Indian 86.2 ? ? ? 0.0 16 52
Pakistani and Bangladeshi 64.9 ? ? ? 0.0 26 44
Asian Other ? ? ? ? ? 3 ten
Black 81.2 ? ? ? 0.0 23 33
Mixed ? ? ? ? ? 3 12
White british 44.1 17.4 25.9 12.6 0.0 570 605
White Other 49.8 ? ? ? 0.0 29 40
Other ? ? ? ? ? 1 4
Unknown ? ? ? ? ? 15 23
Total 46.8 18.3 22.7 12.2 0.0 686 823

Table notes

?: Data not disclosed because the figures are not robust (either because less than 30 people of this ethnic group were surveyed, or because the coefficient of variation for this category and this ethnic group was greater than 30) or for secondary suppression.

!: Data withheld for confidentiality reasons – less than 5 people from this ethnic group were interviewed.

N / A: data not applicable

“Other white” includes people of white Irish ethnic groups, white or Irish Gypsies, and other white ethnic groups.

“Other Asians” includes people of Chinese and Asian ethnic groups.

These figures were produced by RDU using data from Wave 6 (November 2020) and Wave 7 (January 2021) of Understanding Society’s COVID-19 study.

Participants were asked to indicate the main reason they would receive a COVID-19 vaccine. They could only give one reason.

Counts were weighted using the societal understanding variable betaindin_xw. Figures have been rounded to the nearest whole number, but percentages and totals have been calculated with unrounded figures.

See Table 1.2 for the reasons used in the survey question.


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