The survey tracks how the Covid-19 outbreak affects the English population’s attitudes and behaviours towards physical activity.
The survey asks the public about their exercise habits before and after the Covid-19 restrictions, focusing on the type of physical activity they currently do and how frequently. It looks at how attitudes have changed as a result of the outbreak, with the majority of respondents showing a shift in attitudes towards physical activity in the current circumstances. It also asks parents how their children have changed their exercise habits since the Covid-19 restrictions.
Date Published: 02/10/2020
Categories: Health | Public and communities | Social
Client: Sport England
Savanta ComRes interviewed 2007 English adults (16+ online) 11th September to 14th September. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of English adults by gender, age, region, social grade, and the estimated households with children under 16. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules. Full tables at www.comresglobal.com