How Are You, Slovakia?, March 2020
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Identification Number: SASD 2020001
Author: MNForce, s.r.o., Institute for Sociology of SAS
Date of collection: 2020-03-24 to 2020-03-26
Data collector: MNFORCE, s.r.o.
Sampling procedure: The survey used a quota sample from the MNFORCE online panel. The sample was designed as representative for the following socio-demographic variables: gender, age, county (kraj), size of settlement and education of respondent. Only population with access to the internet is covered by the survey. This means that mostly older persons without internet access are missing form the sample.
Number of cases: 1000
Abstract: The survey covers the first weeks of quarantine measures after the first diagnosed case of COVID-19 in Slovakia on March 6 2020. At the time of the fieldwork - on March 24 2020 - Slovakia introduced obligatory wearing of face mask outside of home. Before the fieldwork schools have been closed as well as shops and services (with the exception of groceries, chemists, medical supplies, drugstores, petrol stations as well as post offices, banks, insurance services and several other businesses). The survey monitors fears of the disease, the expected duration of the epidemic, agreement and compliance with the introduced quarantine measures and changes of behavior at times of the epidemic. Surveyed are also fears of loosing work, changes in the income situation and changes in leisure time activities and relations within households. Questions on changes in shopping behavior are also covered. This is the first survey from the "How are you, Slovakia?" survey series.
Citation: MNFORCE, s.r.o. Seesame, s.r.o. Sociologický ústav SAV. Ústav výskumu sociálnej komunikácie SAV. Ako sa máte, Slovensko?, Marec 2020. [dátový súbor]. Slovenský archív sociálnych dát, 2020. SASD2020001. Verzia 1.0. DOI: https://doi.org/10.34877/sasd-2020001.
Availability status: O - prístupný pre verejnosť
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