In relation to distributing vaccines, public opinion changed drastically over a two month period. While 45.12% of respondents believe that the country is doing “very poor” in March, in May only 12.95% had the same perspective. 30.66% still consider the country’s effort as “poor”. 29.98% of respondents now consider the distribution of vaccines as “Good” compared to other countries. Similarly on the question regarding the country’s reopening, there was a significant drop in the portion of respondents who felt the country’s performance was “Very Poor”, from 47.77% in March to just 19.08% in May.
In regards to Brexit, there wasn’t a significant change in its impact. We asked our respondents “Have you felt the impact of Brexit in any aspect of your life so far?” There was a slight drop in the portion of respondents who answered “No, I haven’t noticed any impact so far” from 49.59% in March to 47.19% in May. There was also an increase in the number whose personal and professional lives have been affected by Brexit, from 14.38% in March to 15.84% in May.