Skip to main content

Table 3 Results of an OLS regression analysis of hesitators’ periodical vaccination intentions

From: How to boost the boosters? A survey-experiment on the effectiveness of different policies aimed at enhancing acceptance of a “Seasonal” vaccination against COVID-19

  Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
B S.E. B S.E. B S.E.
Constant 2.515*** 0.181 1.422*** 0.268 1.438*** 0.272
Gender 0.015 0.080 − 0.115* 0.058 − 0.115* 0.058
Age 0.004 0.003 − 0.001 0.002 0.000 0.002
Parenthood − 0.065 0.084 0.036 0.059 0.036 0.059
Income 0.104** 0.038 − 0.014 0.026 − 0.013 0.027
Education 0.054 0.032 0.033 0.022 0.033 0.022
Sector-UOab 0.083 0.188 0.205 0.134 0.197 0.136
Sector-Arabb − 0.039 0.144 0.087 0.104 0.087 0.105
Past COVID
vaccination
   0.290* 0.139 0.283* 0.140
Perceived benefits    0.245*** 0.034 0.248*** 0.034
Perceived barriers    − 0.256*** 0.034 − 0.256*** 0.034
Severity    0.082* 0.041 0.085* 0.042
Susceptibility    0.064 0.041 0.059 0.041
Self-efficacy    0.154*** 0.037 0.155*** 0.037
Trust in Government    0.005*** 0.001 0.005*** 0.001
Social norms    0.003* 0.001 0.003* 0.001
Had COVID    − 0.078 0.089 − 0.076 0.089
Relatives had COVID    0.007 0.061 0.009 0.062
Mandate v. negative incentive      − 0.040 0.079
Positive
Incentive v. negative incentive
     − 0.015 0.077
Information v. negative incentive      − 0.050 0.080
R2│ΔR2 0.34 0.34* 0.555 0.522*** 0.538 0.000
  1. N = 491; *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001; aUO—Ultra-orthodox; bReference group: General Jewish population