Public Opinion on the Covid-19 outbreak

In an uncertain world, data matters. Ipsos experts share the latest research and analysis related to the coronavirus pandemic, based on a multi-country poll.

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Please bookmark this page for the very latest Ipsos research data exploring public opinion and expert insights related to the coronavirus pandemic. Together, this data shows the evolution of people tracking the coronavirus outbreak and worrying about the health epidemic that continues to worsen, before it gets better. These are the results of an Ipsos survey conducted on the Global Advisor online platform. For additional context on how these issues are impacting your organisation, please reach out.

Latest MENA polls

May 27: Ipsos’ Jordanian Consumer Sentiment Index Q1 2020 - The first quarter of 2020 marks a three-point drop in Ipsos’ Jordan Consumer Sentiment Index due to COVID-19 impact.

May 7: C19 impact series – SMEs edition – Jordan 2020

April 20: COVID-19 MENA Consumer Sentiment Tracker - With the results of the fourth wave of COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Tracker in MENA between April 10 and April 13, 2020, the Coronavirus effect on one's personal health is seen as quite serious in the region, particularly in KSA and UAE. Seriousness in Jordan and Lebanon is rising back, as opposed to the previous week, while declining in Morocco. download the report

April 12: Ipsos in MENA Launches Syndicated “C19 Impact Series” - Understanding the Impact of COVID-19 on people’s attitudes, behaviors, and future outlook across key sectors.

April 9: COVID-19 MENA Consumer Sentiment Tracker - With the results of the third wave of COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Tracker in MENA between April 3 and April 6, 2020, the Coronavirus threat is least regarded in Egypt where 15% of the population does not take it seriously at all. However, the threat is perceived more seriously in UAE and KSA. download the report

March 25: COVID-19 MENA Consumer Sentiment Tracker - With the results of the second wave of COVID-19 Consumer sentiment Tracker in MENA between March 27 and March 30, 2020, it is evident that more people are perceiving Coronavirus as a threat. More than half understand the threat of covid-19 on them personally, however, significantly lower in Jordan (48%) and Lebanon (46%). But, compared to the previous week, perceived personal threat is seen rising across the region, most noticeably in Jordan and UAE where it increased by at least 7%. download the report in arabic

March 22: COVID-19: Category and Brand Monitoring in MENA - Real-time insights from the MENA region.

March 22: Ipsos tracks MENA Consumer Sentiment in light of the COVID-19 outbreak - What are the changing consumer habits with the COVID-19 Pandemic spreading?

March 20: A growing pandemic; Analyzing Jordanians’ online conversations on Covid-19 - With a higher level of fear shared among earlier posts, some turned to humor and prayers to stay positive. Nonetheless, with the increasing clarity, fear began to die down as awareness and safety measures where shared amongst social media users.

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