Public health survey
Internal title Coronavirus survey
Target country United Kingdom
Survey running date 5 March 2020, 11:04 (GMT, London) - 6 March 2020, 13:03 (GMT, London)
How aware are you of the Coronavirus/COVID-19?
How bad do you think the Coronavirus situation will get?
How would you describe your anxiety levels now, compared with before the Coronavirus outbreak?
With what frequency are you exposed to news about the Coronavirus? (either intentionally or unintentionally i.e. people posting about it on social media)
To what extent are you worried or unworried about the following:
Have you done any of the following things in response to the Coronavirus? (Select any that apply)
Have you stocked up on any of the following in response to the Coronavirus? (Select any that apply)
Have you changed, cancelled or postponed any of the following in response to the Coronavirus?
Are you actively avoiding any of the following places to reduce your risk of contracting Coronavirus? (Select any that apply)
What impact is the Coronavirus situation having on your future travel plan?
With the right IT infrastructure, is it physically possible for you to do your work from home?
Before the Coronavirus outbreak, how often did your employer allow you to work from home?
In your own words, please tell us how the Coronavirus outbreak has affected your day-to-day life or overall wellbeing
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