How Peruvians' attitudes are evolving following COVID-19 measures

Datum Internacional
on 24/03/2020

This study shows the population attitudes towards the measures taken by the Government, feelings during social isolation and activities carried out at home.

Why was the research conducted?

The research was conducted to understand the moment that we are living. On March 15, the President declared the lockdown and curfew, together with other measures to prevent the Covid-19 dissemination. As a company doing public opinion, we are constantly measuring the pulse of the country and this situation is not an exception.

How was the research conducted?


What are the key findings of the research?

The research has revealed a number of learnings:

  • 49% of Peruvians think that despite the measures taken, the spread of Covid-19 will be partially controlled
  • 64%; of citizens feel worried
  • 70% of people can´t work or study from home and only 18% can do home office.
  • 92% of interviewees declared that they are obeying the law and following the Government measures.

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Contributor's Name: Urpi Torrado