Abstract：Objective To learn the willingness and influencing factors of influenza vaccination among the community managed diabetic patients in Keqiao District, Shaoxing, so as to provide the basis for influenza vaccination promotion.Methods A self-compiled questionnaire survey was conducted from October to December 2017 among all the managed diabetic patients in Keqiao District. The contents of questionnaire included the basic information of the respondents, awareness of influenza vaccine, vaccination status and vaccination intention. Logistic regression model was used to analyze the influencing factors for the willingness of influenza vaccination.Results A total of 15 060 questionnaires were sent out and 13 781 valid ones were retrieved, the response rate was 91.51%. There were 3 888 patients with the awareness of influenza vaccine, accounting for 28.21%; 4 259 patients with the willingness to be vaccinated, accounting for 30.90%; 630 previously-vaccinated patients, accounting for 4.57%. The patients who were female (OR=1.157, 95%CI: 1.064-1.258) , were married (OR=1.242, 95%CI:1.107-1.393), were with other chronic diseases (OR=1.199, 95%CI: 1.103-1.303) , believed diabetic patients were more susceptible to influenza (OR=1.251, 95%CI: 1.102-1.419) , believed influenza aggravate diabetes status (OR=1.640, 95%CI: 1.445-1.860) , believed that the vaccination effectively prevent influenza (OR=3.129, 95%CI: 2.866-3.416) , knew about influenza vaccine (OR=1.111, 95%CI: 1.105-1.216) and ever received influenza vaccination (OR=1.316, 95%CI: 1.103-1.570) were more willing to be vaccinated.Conclusions The willingness of influenza vaccination among the community managed diabetic patients in Keqiao District is low. The patients＇gender, married status, other chronic diseases, awareness of influenza vaccine and the history of vaccination can affect the willingness of influenza vaccination.