According to a survey released Sunday, only 45% of Chileans were in favour of the so-called mobility pass the government has been implementing since last week to grant more freedom of movement to people vaccinated with two doses of anticoronavirus immunizers.
The study, conducted by pollsters Cadem, showed that 94% of those consulted had heard of the existence of the digital certificate. When asked if they agreed or disagreed with the implementation of the Mobility Pass, 52% said they disagreed, while 45% said they were in favor.
The digital certificate allows for free movement in communes under quarantine and transition to people who have completed their vaccination process against Covid-19 (two doses and 14 days of waiting), which has been effective since last Wednesday.
Of the men surveyed, 50% were in favor and 47% against, while 57% of the women consulted disapproved of the the certificate, versus 40% in favor.
People aged between 18 and 34 were 44% in favor and 54% against; those aged between 35 and 54 were 48% for the pass and 49% against it, while 55% of those ovr 55 years of age rejected the measure, while only 40% approved it.
When breaking down the question by political stance, there is a majority rejection of the pass in people from the center (60%), from the left (58%) and independents (57%), while among those with rightwing preferences, only 40% have spoken against the measure, versus 58% in favor.