Many governments are currently implementing measures to help contain and slow down the spread of COVID-19. This dashboard provides an aggregated view of what people around the world do and believe.
Note: Figures only show countries with at least 200 respondents each. Data collected between March 20th and April 6th 2020. All averages are weighted by country-population age and gender (weighting in terms of income and education to be added soon) Last Updated: April 6th 2020
The research team consists of an international team of academics across 12 different international institutions. The investigators are listed below by institutions.
University of Warwick: Dr Christopher Roth, Dr Stefano Caria, Dr Thiemo Fetzer (also Visiting Fellow at LSE)
Oxford University: Dr Lukas Hensel, Margarita Gómez
Princeton University: Dr Johannes Haushofer
Cambridge University: Friedrich Goetz
University of California, San Diego/ Bocconi University: Dr Stefano Fiorin
Harvard Business School: Dr Jon Jachimowicz
Boston College: Dr Gordon Kraft-Todd
Expilab Research / ESCI-UPF: Andrew Ivchenko
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Dr Erez Yoeli
IESE Business School: Dr Elena Reutskaja
NYU Abu Dhabi: Dr Marc Witte
Project details on OSF
If you want to adapt/use the survey of the "Measuring Worldwide COVID-19 Attitudes and Beliefs" project, please feel free to do so. Details and citation are available at https://osf.io/3sn2k/
Anonymized data is available for non-commercial research use (License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International) here. We obtained exempt IRB review E-2065 from MIT.
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