88%
Yes
12%
No
81%
Yes
9%
No
3%
Yes, but only for deadly contagious diseases
1%
No, but require vaccination in order to attend public school
2%
Yes, they are essential to protecting other children who are too young to be vaccinated
1%
No, fund public ad campaigns about the risks and benefits instead
1%
Yes, but with exceptions for those whose religious beliefs forbid use of vaccines
1%
No, but hold parents criminally liable for transferring deadly diseases to other children

Historical Results

See how support for each position on “Mandatory Vaccinations” has changed over time for 357k Australia voters.

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Historical Importance

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Australia users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @8JD8FWNanswered…4yrs4Y

Yes, but with exemptions for those that have medical problems relating to vaccines.

 @9PSXSTRanswered…3wks3W

No however children should be homeschooled til a certain age for proper emotional growth within selves to create a more liberated and protected foundation within one’s skin

 @9KM7C7Zanswered…4mos4MO

No, I think people should stop trusting the things they are putting into their bodies by the government. Teach the kids how to stay away from sickness. Keep clean, sanitized, and stay away from sick kids. Punish parents that send sick kids to school or in public.

 @9K9VF63 answered…5mos5MO

Yes it should be required
but if someone is not vaccinated (on religious grounds or otherwise, and someone gets infected with a DEADLY and or CONTAGIOUS diseases or disease) then they should be finned (the amount depending on financial circumstances)