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Covid-19: The New Normal

Internal title Pr 2.0

Target country United Kingdom

Survey running date 2 June 2020, 16:23 (BST, London) - 3 June 2020, 8:06 (BST, London)

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Covid-19: The New Normal

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This survey is about how Covid-19 has affected your life.
Q1

Thinking about Covid-19 and your own health, how much do you agree with the following statement?

I worry more about my own general health
Somewhat agree
43.6%(348)
I am more careful about managing any existing health conditions
Somewhat agree
42.9%(343)
I look for more information on how to stay healthy
Somewhat agree
35.8%(286)
I am more mindful about what I eat
Somewhat agree
33.3%(266)
Q2

Thinking about the impact of Covid-19 on your life over the next 12 months compared to previously, are you more or less likely to:

Try new things
Neutral
49.7%(397)
Catch public transport
Much less likely
47.7%(381)
Spend time outside
Somewhat more likely
43.3%(346)
Socialise with friends or neighbours regularly
Neutral
38%(304)
Q3

Are you more or less likely to consider the following ways of getting around:

Bus
Much less likely
46.2%(368)
Taxi
Much less likely
42.3%(337)
Train
Much less likely
39.1%(311)
Walking
Somewhat more likely
37.9%(302)
Q4

Please think about your life at the moment during Covid-19, compared to previously. Have these things become more or less true for you during the current crisis?

I can get all the essentials I need for daily life
About the same
72.3%(576)
I have enough to do to occupy my time
About the same
59.6%(475)
I have opportunity for fresh air and exercise
About the same
50.3%(401)
I sometimes experience loneliness
About the same
42%(335)
Q5

Thinking about the Covid-19 strategy in the UK, how much of a priority do you think has been given to the age groups in society? Please place who you think is the most prioritised group at the top.

Q6

Have you had to rearrange or cancel any of the following events, since Covid-19 started?

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