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Table 1 Participant’s Characteristics

From: COVID-19 vaccination acceptance among Syrian population: a nationwide cross-sectional study

Variables Total (%)
n = 7531
Age range (years) 18–24 3124 (41.5%)
25–44 2338 (31%)
45–65 1686 (22.4%)
>  65 383 (5.1%)
Gender Male 3505 (46.5%)
Female 4026 (53.5%)
Marital status Single 3984 (52.9%)
Married 2825 (37.5%)
In relationship 500 (6.6%)
Widow 222 (2.9%)
Do you have health insurance? Yes 1489 (19.8%)
No 6042 (80.2%)
Educational level No formal education 324 (4.3%)
Elementary school 422 (5.6%)
Secondary school 550 (7.3%)
Highschool 782 (10.4%)
University student 2906 (38.6%)
University graduate 1908 (25.3%)
Postgraduate degree 639 (8.5%)
Do you work or study in the healthcare system Yes 2595 (34.5%)
No 4936 (65.5%)
Mother’s educational level No formal education 1225 (16.3%)
Primary school 1834 (24.4%)
Secondary school 1656 (22%)
University degree 2625 (34.9%)
Postgraduate degree 191 (2.5%)
Residency City 5711 (75.8%)
Countryside 1820 (24.2%)
Geographical origin Eastern Syria 365 (4.8%)
Northern Syria 1272 (16.9%)
Middle Syria 4376 (58.1%)
Southern Syria 353 (4.7%)
Western Syria 1165 (15.5%)
Financial status Bad 1268 (16.8%)
Middle 3241 (43%)
Good 2651 (35.2%)
Excellent 371 (4.9%)
Employment Unemployed 1635 (21.7%)
Part-time job 1114 (14.8%)
Full-time job 1688 (22.4%)
Student 2653 (35.2%)
Student + Part-time job 290 (3.9%)
Student + Full-time job 131 (1.7%)
Part-time + Full-time jobs 20 (0.3%)
Father’s educational level No formal education 760 (10.1%)
Primary school 1971 (26.2%)
Secondary school 1512 (20.1%)
University degree 2776 (36.9%)
Postgraduate degree 512 (6.8%)
What is the source(s) of your information regarding COVID-19 pandemic? common conversation and words of mouth. (22.6%)
Healthcare workers. (50.9%)
Media and advertising (TV, Radio, Ads, Newspapers, etc). (40.2%)
Local and international health organizations (Syrian Ministry of Health, WHO, etc) and Scientific journals. (43.5%)
Social Media (Facebook, Youtube, etc). (46.3%)