How SaskWatch members feel about COVID-19
Over the past several weeks, we have been tracking how SaskWatch Research members have been holding up with all the COVID-19 events taking place.
So, since March 23, we’ve been surveying 400 SaskWatch panellists from all over the province per week to find out. What follows are trended results from our Week 3 survey, April 3-6, 2020.
We will continue to provide updates every two weeks, so stay tuned.
Here’s what we learned in Week 3…
The word cloud below shows how Saskatchewan residents are feeling, in a single word:
In terms of self-reported mental health, Saskatchewan people have maintained relatively low happiness levels this week, with just over one half placing themselves above “neutral”:
However, fewer SaskWatch panellists report being stressed this week compared to previous weeks, and far fewer people believe the situation will continue to get worse.
Moreover, Saskatchewan residents have continued to share a range of positive experiences and stories as they are adjusting to their current circumstances.
Here are some highlights to help brighten your day:
In addition to the stories shared above, below are a few heartwarming pictures to share as well:
Insightrix Research will continue to track how Saskatchewan residents are coping with the COVID-19 crisis. Stay tuned for updates here on the SaskWatch Research blog.