Base – Those unlikely to self-isolate: 52
|wdt_ID||Responses (showing key themes)|
|1||High levels of false positives/not trusting the testing process|
|2||Laborious process/test centre is far away/queuing/hassle|
|3||Would self-isolate without getting a test|
|4||Infection risk at testing centre|
|5||Do not trust the Government|
|6||Would use a test that could be used by more vulnerable/key workers|
|Responses (showing key themes)|
Key differences by demographic
Younger age groups (16 – 44) are more likely to not trust the testing process and reference false positives.
Males are more likely to lack trust in the Government and the testing process. Females are more likely to reference using a test that could be used for someone more vulnerable/key workers.
Respondents with a disability are more likely to lack trust in the testing process.