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25 Years of the V4 as Seen by the Public

Over one third of Slovak population considers coronavirus serious threat

November 10th, 2020

More than a third (35.3 percent) of the Slovak population feels very threatened by the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey called 'How Are You, Slovakia?' conducted at the turn of October and November. The survey has been monitoring the attitudes of Slovaks since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak. Compared to September, feelings of anxiety among respondents increased by more than 8 percent. "Despite the fact that public concerns are already approximately at the level of the period when Slovakia experienced the toughest (spring) lockdown so far, the share of people who say that they have reduced their contacts completely is currently lower than in the spring," said Miloslav Bahna from the Institute of Sociology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAV).


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