Public attitudes to coronavirus: March update

This report presents findings from polling work, conducted in January and February 2021, on public attitudes to the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland.

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Data sources

The source is an online survey by YouGov. It is a bespoke commission by Scottish Government. Further information about this source can be found in Annex A.

This report contains results from 5 January to 25 February, inclusive.[1] During this period the vaccination programme was rolling out and gathering pace while 'stay at home' restrictions were in place for mainland Scotland and some islands. Fieldwork dates are provided in Annex A. These dates and what was happening in relation to the pandemic should be kept in mind when interpreting the data. Due to the evolving situation and government responses to Coronavirus (see Annex B), questions were introduced at different times, or not asked at all waves.



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