01/23/2022 (Sun) 11:41:52
So this French international market reseatch company, Ipsos, publishes stuff regularly - most likely we are all familiar with these in one way or another.
They published their Global Trustworthiness Monitor - I think the second such - about people's trust in various stuff. Very nice diverse publication. Many topics. Just a couple of screenshots, the rest is in the pdf - available from their site ipsos.com.
Now check the last one, how the trust in the pharma Jew plummets with age, but how the vaccination rate grows, to the dismay of the marketeer of Ipsos who noted this:
"Creating an interesting dichotomy that those who are most willing to get vaccinated are also the least likely to trust the industry creating the vaccines. Does vulnerability to the virus lead to this trust in the product, despite believing those behind its creation to be relatively untrustworthy? Or are the older generations more resistant to sway in their opinions on the pharmaceutical industries despite their efforts in tackling the pandemic? Being more aware of the unethical historical behaviour by the sector, their deep-rooted scepticism towards the pharma industry could also explain this gap in generational attitude. The older generation know they need medicines and are willingly taking them to stay healthy – however they still distrust the industry which is developing them."
Well... How about: they were fucking mandated to take the jab??!! Many in the older generations, in nursing homes for example had to take the vaccine. And people due to their work had to take it, mandated by their employers.
It's really nice they make this trustworthiness monitor. But who trust in Ipsos, how many and how much?