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London, 15 June 2020 – As pressure ramps up on government to reboot the economy, the third Kekst CNC COVID-19 international tracking survey has shown that the British public are gradually becoming keener on prioritising the economy – the first time this has shifted since the start of the pandemic.
London, 15 June 2020 - The third Kekst CNC COVID-19 international tracking survey has found that across the United States, the UK, Germany, France, Sweden and Japan the public believes that Germany has dealt best with the pandemic crisis, while the United States and UK are seen to have dealt with COVID-19 the worst.
Pour la première fois, l’étude mensuelle COVID-19 Insight menée par Kekst CNC intègre une enquête d’opinion menée auprès des Français. Les résultats révèlent une certaine homogénéité des inquiétudes concernant le virus par rapport à d’autres pays, mais des craintes d’un impact durable de la crise sur l'économie nationale. Alors que d'autres pays portent un jugement positif sur la manière dont la France a géré la crise, les Français eux-mêmes se montrent majoritairement critiques envers le gouvernement, même s'ils sont très favorables aux mesures prises pour soutenir les entreprises.
New York, New York, May 12, 2020 – International opinion survey, conducted by Kekst CNC, shows narrow gap between Americans who want fundamental change to the economy and those who want return to pre-crisis state. Data shows rising call to avert economic damage and a continuing decline of confidence in federal government response
London, 11 May 2020 – The second Kekst CNC COVID-19 international tracking survey has shown that while other countries like Sweden, Germany and the United States have become more enthusiastic about protecting the economy, 73% of Britons (down only 1%) say the government should still prioritise saving lives even if that means a major recession or depression.
Kekst CNC survey shows support for government intervention and responsible corporate behaviour LONDON, 14 April 2020 – The first Kekst CNC COVID-19 international tracking survey has shown that the UK public holds the strongest views - compared to the United States, Germany or Sweden - that the government should limit the spread of coronavirus and save lives, even if that means a major recession or depression and the loss of many jobs. Asked what the government should prioritise, 74% said limiting the spread, and only 13% protecting the economy.