40% agree that they have to ‘make up for lost time’ by shopping more because retailers were closed and 56% agree that they have to make the most of places reopening in case there’s another full lockdown.
38% of all adults feel that the Level 5 restrictions have had a negative impact on their mental health
· the Level 5 restrictions have had a negative impact on their mental health.
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iReach Insights provides a range of research and market intelligence services in Ireland and Europe. iReach has built a Consumer Decisions Research Panel of 40,000 members in Ireland, delivering robust research insights. The survey questions were included in the Nationally Representative iReach Consumer Decisions Omnibus run between the 3rd and the 10th of December 2020 and has a 2.5% Confidence Interval and 95% Confidence Level.
Questions asked of participants:
1. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements regarding the lifting of Level 5 restrictions:
a. I plan to meet up with friends and family in restaurants/cafes when they re-open
b. I feel like I have to ‘make up for lost time’ by shopping more because retailers were closed
c. I still won’t go to a café or restaurant despite them re-opening
d. Level 5 restrictions had a negative impact on my mental health
e. I feel like I have to make the most of places reopening in case there’s another full lockdown
f. Now that retailers have re-opened, I'm making a conscious effort to support local businesses due to the impact of COVID-19
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