EMEA Coronavirus Selfcare Survey

An omnibus survey conducted in the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain for GSK.

The author(s)

  • Maria Morina Observer
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This survey explored public perceptions and attitudes towards healthcare and selfcare before and during the coronavirus pandemic in four countries – UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. The study also explored who the public would go to first for advice with healthcare issues such as joint/movement pain, headache, skin rash or cold and flu. Furthermore, the survey looked at attitudes towards pharmacists in each of the four countries.   
The survey found that the majority of all participating Europeans are more likely to consider their health in day-to-day decision making. This trend is particularly evident among those aged 16 to 24 (70 %).
The study was conducted for GSK.

Technical note

  • The research was conducted on i:omnibus, Ipsos MORI’s online Omnibus.
  • Online interviews were carried out amongst adults aged 16-75 in the UK and Germany, 16 – 70 in Italy and 16 – 65 in Spain.
  • Our respondents base includes 1113 in adults in the UK of which 1108 agreed to the adverse events screener and who completed the survey on 28th or 29th May.
  • Our respondents base includes 1088 in adults Germany of which 1065 agreed to the adverse events screener and who completed the survey between 29th May – 1st June 2020.
  • Our respondents base includes 1100 in adults in Italy of which 1095 agreed to the adverse events screener and who completed the survey between 29th May – 1st June 2020.
  • Our respondents base includes 1102 in adults in Spain of which 1095 agreed to the adverse events screener and who completed the survey between 29th May – 1st June 2020.
  • The sample obtained is representative of the population with quotas on:
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Region
  • The data has been weighted to the known population profile by age, gender, region, working status and social grade to be nationally representative and reflect the adult population of the UK.
  • The data has been weighted to the known population profile by age, gender, region and working status to be nationally representative and reflect the adult population of Germany, Italy and Spain.

The author(s)

  • Maria Morina Observer

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