Here are five things to be optimistic about in 2022

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Douglas Broom
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Outlook for 2022.
Things to be optimistic about - survey. Image: Ipsos

Global average likelihood of taking COVID-19 vaccine.
More than 80% of the world's population will receive at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Image: Ipsos

Global averages - likelihoods.
People will fly less than they did in 2019. Image: Ipsos

Global averages - likelihoods.
Likelihood of people becoming more tolerant of each other. Image: Ipsos

Global averages - likelihoods.
Likelihood of stock markets around the world crashing. Image: Ipsos

Global averages - likelihoods.
How likely are aliens to visit the Earth? Image: Ipsos
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