The European City of Health

What does Europe think about the key questions of health? How open are Europeans towards innovation in the future? What are they afraid of? What do they and what do they not talk about? The City of Health reveals it. 

24,087 respondents*
Twelve countries*

Survey conducted by KANTAR for STADA

92%

of the Swiss are happy with their healthcare system.

(European average 74%)

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76%

of Polish people are afraid of antibiotic-resistant germs.

(European average 66%)

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38%

of the Austrian population would take a hypothetical polypill to prevent diseases.

(European average 50%)

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36%

of the British have no idea which diseases can be enhanced by genes.

(European average 20%)

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85%

of Finnish people trust classical conventional medicine.

(European average 70%)

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94%

of the Spanish are in favour of compulsory vaccinations.

(European average 82%)

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40%

of the French put special emphasis on personal contact with the pharmacy team - also when ordering

(European average 30%)

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32%

of Russians categorically rule out talking about death.

(European average 19%)

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42%

of Serbs can imagine availing themselves of active euthanasia.

(European average 68%)

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74%

of Italians become intimate with their partner despite having a cold.

(European average 60%)

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40%

of Belgians categorically never talk about sex.

(European average 30%)

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39%

of Germans, completely trust online mail-order pharmacies.

(European average: 21%)

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