In 1992, the Immunization Awareness Society in New Zealand conducted a survey with a total of 495 children, 226 vaccinated children and 269 unvaccinated children. The results, summarized in the table chart below,
"overwhelmingly showed that unvaccinated children suffer far less from chronic childhood conditions than vaccinated children."
"The survey results showed that there was a significant difference in the incidence of asthma, eczema, and ear infections in vaccinated and unvaccinated children. While overall the incidence of grommets, tonsillitis, tonsillectomies, apnoea, and hyperactivity were lower the trend is similar. Note the ten-fold increase in tonsillitis in vaccinated children and the complete lack of tonsillectomies in unvaccinated children. In the vaccinated, 73% of the cases of tonsillitis and 92% of the tonsillectomies were in children who had received the measles vaccines. As only 52% of the total vaccinated children received a measles vaccine, one would expect about 52% of tonsillitis/tonsillectomies to occur in children to have had the vaccine suggesting that the vaccine made some children more susceptible to tonsillitis."