Coronavirus has had a big impact on how we all live, work, travel and interact. To understand the local impact, in December 2020 we asked residents to tell us how they have been affected. The second wave of research aimed to measure change from wave one in core areas as well as asking residents about some new areas. Over 1,900 people took part in the survey and shared their experiences of the pandemic.
If you took part in the survey, thank you for taking the time to tell us how coronavirus has affected you and your family. The results of the survey will continue to help shape how we work with other organisations, residents and communities to keep Portsmouth safe and help the city plan for the future.
You can view the detailed results of the survey, as well as the demographic breakdown of the responses, by clicking on the results tabs.
If you have any questions about the research or its findings you can contact our research team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s important to note that during the fieldwork period of the survey there were changes in restrictions; Portsmouth went from tier two to tier three and then to tier four.