Less than a third of Brits are happy with their fitness levels following COVID pandemic
- Half (50%) of UK adults disagree that they are as physically fit as they would like to be.
- Half (52%) of respondents are most likely to agree that fitness or being active is equally important for their physical health as it is their mental health.
- 2 in 5 (42%) say more time to themselves at the weekend would encourage them to be more active in their everyday life.
- Approaching two thirds (62%) did not make a New Year’s resolution related to their personal fitness.
The majority of respondents (59%) say they spend £1-£49 on takeaways per month with a further 10% spending £50-£99.
Date Published: 23/09/2021
Categories: Public and communities | Social | Sport | UK
Savanta ComRes interviewed 2,087 UK adults aged 18+ between 03 September 2021 and 05 September 2021. Data were weighted to be nationally representative of UK adults aged 18+ by key demographics including age, gender, region and socio-economic grade. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.