Nearly half of unvaccinated Canadians would be convinced if offered incentives, poll finds

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An exclusive polling for Global News shows that over 50 per cent of those not vaccinated in Canada are ready to be convinced to get vaccinated if offered an incentive such as winning lottery.

The polling shows that nearly 80 per cent of the people surveyed have either already got vaccinated or are waiting for their appointment, leaving almost 20 per cent still hesitant to get vaccinated, with nearly one in 10 saying they definitely won’t get the shot.

Provinces like Alberta and Manitoba recently announced vaccine lotteries to convince people to get vaccinated, after U.S. states including New York started the initiative.

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