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Majority think government communications on Coronavirus are clear

by LLB Editor
25th May 20 10:36 am

A new Ipsos MORI online poll finds that over half (56%) of Britons believe that the Government’s communication about what to do in response to lockdown is clear, while a similar proportion think it is providing about the right amount of information on how they should respond to the coronavirus.

However, the survey, conducted between 15th -18th May among Britons aged 18-75, also finds a fall in the number of people happy with the clarity of the Government’s communications, down 34 points from the very high figure of 90% just after lockdown first started at the end of March.

This fall is particularly noticeable among those who voted Labour in the 2019 General Election. At the end of March 83% of Labour voters felt the Government communications were clear, but this has now fallen to 39%.

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