Public attitudes to Coronavirus – June and early July summary

This report includes some high level findings from recent polling work on public attitudes to the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland. Reports covering earlier survey work were published on 8 May and 12 June 2020.

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Annex A: Sample sizes

The Ipsos MORI sample is broadly representative of the adult population aged 16-74. Data is weighted to reflect the age and gender profile of the Scottish population aged 16-74. Waves 10 and 11 were run as boosts on the Ipsos MORI Global Advisor survey. The sample size for these waves also includes respondents living in Scotland from the UK sample of that survey. From Wave 12 onwards, a separate survey of 500 people in Scotland was run by Ipsos MORI Scotland, though a number of questions continue to mirror questions asked globally.

YouGov results are based on a sample of c.1,000 adults 18+ across Scotland at each wave. YouGov apply weighting to the data to match the population profile to adjust for any over/under representations and to maximise consistency from wave to wave. Parameters used include age, gender, social class, region and level of education.

Table 2: Fieldwork information

Name Sample size Age group Field dates
Ipsos MORI Global Advisor Wave 15-21: 500 16-74 Wave 15: 29th March – 1 June
Wave 16: 5th – 8th June
Wave 17: 12th – 15th June
Wave 18: 19th – 22nd June
Wave 19: 26th – 29th June
Wave 20: 3rd – 6th July
Wave 21: 10th – 13th July
YouGov weekly survey Wave 11: 1048
Wave 12: 1004
Wave 13: 1026
Wave 14: 1003
Wave 15: 1005
Wave 16: 1012
Wave 17: 1006
18+ Wave 11: 2nd – 3rd June
Wave 12: 9th – 10th June
Wave 13: 16th – 17th June
Wave 14: 23rd – 24th June
Wave 15: 30th June – 1st July
Wave 16: 7th – 8th July
Wave 17: 14th – 15th July

Fieldwork dates cover the period where the bulk of the survey fieldwork was completed.



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