New trend data from Ipsos MORI finds that 71% of Britons remain concerned about the risk of COVID-19 to them personally, which is just one percentage point lower than it was at the end of June. Concern for the country as a whole also remains stable, down just three percentage points from 90% to 87% since the end of June.
There has been a drop in the number of people saying they are very concerned about the risk to the country as a whole – at the end of June half of people (50%) were very concerned about the risk to the country as whole, this has now dropped to 42%. However, concern overall remains high.
Ipsos MORI interviewed an online sample of 1,067 British adults aged 18-75 in Great Britain using its online i:omnibus between 10th and 14th September 2020. Data has been weighted to the known offline population proportions for age, working status and social grade within gender, government office region and education.
Life after Brexit – Britons predict more expensive food prices and falling EU migration
New polling by Ipsos MORI, in partnership with the EU|UK Forum, shows that Britons are expecting food prices to become more expensive, fewer migrants to come to the UK from EU countries and holidaying in the EU to become more difficult.