The government’s Covid-19 pandemic response is a high-trust model, depending on public goodwill and cooperation. As such, public attitudes towards the government’s handling of the crisis and their responsiveness to the Unite Against Covid-19 campaign are important to measure, as is the public’s understanding of the various elements that make up the public health campaign.
The research notes on this page compile existing surveys of individual and business views, attitudes and behaviours around the virus, and the government's response to it. The page will be updated with new research notes as more survey information becomes public.
The Research Notes are compiled by Charles Crothers, and the series editor is Julienne Molineaux for The Policy Observatory.