Life in the Age of Coronavirus


How our day-to-day lives are drastically changing week to week.

With a look at attitudinal differences by generation in the US & UK, this is our last weekly. We are going monthly!
Remember, you can always check back here and use the See All Waves navigation bar to review previous waves.

 

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Perceived length of impact continues to increase;
only a small minority think the virus will be over by Christmas.

US-more-than-5-months

UK-more-than-5-months

 

Confidence in government remains low.

us confidence

 

UK confidence

 

 

Optimism continues to remain low.

optimism-level

 

A second peak of infection is still
a main concern for many.

second-peak-of-infection

 

All age groups feel comfortable socializing outside their
household and outdoors, especially in the UK.

what people feel comfortable doing

 

They also share the same concerns & hopes
about the present and the future.

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Reflections on life one month ago and
looking ahead through eCollageTM:

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However, there are some differences across generations.

generational differences

 

While a low percentage,
more 18-29 year-olds feel
they should be able to
socialize more & that it
wouldn't be a big deal
to get the virus.

 

young ones should be able to socialize more

 

young ones should act more responsibly

 


Those 60+ especially
think younger people
need to act more responsibly
about spreading the virus.

 


Most agree older people
need to be more careful
than younger ones when
it comes to going out.

 

older ones should be more careful