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Against coronavirus, 23% of Mexicans have not stopped doing their daily activities

65% consider the coronavirus issue to be serious, but it has not yet gotten out of control


Against coronavirus, 23% of Mexicans have not stopped doing their daily activities

March 30th, 2020

De las Heras Demotecnia presented the second installment of its digital survey on the COVID-19, which tracks the opinion of Mexicans on the subject. The results can be consulted every Monday on the page: demotecnia.com.mx/coronavirus-tracking/

This second installment recorded that 50% of Mexicans have not attended crowded places in the last seven days, however, there is still 45% who still frequent public spaces out of necessity. On the other hand, 95% mentioned that they have not gone on a trip in the last week.

Regarding the prevention and hygiene recommendations given by the authorities to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus; 75% of the respondents mentioned following all measures, 5% more than in the first installment.

On the other hand, there is 23% of Mexicans have not stopped doing their daily activities, however, there is 21% who have already stopped doing their daily routine due to this issue. 56% have “partly” left most of their activities.

Regarding the Mexican government's action in the face of this contingency, 32% of the participants stated that the current administration is doing very badly; a decrease of 10% compared to the first delivery.

78% of the participants said they did not know someone sick with coronavirus. In addition, 65% believe that this topic is somewhat serious, but it still does not get out of control.

This second survey was conducted from March 23 to 30, 2020, to people over 18 years of age, and 7,733 interviews were taken into account. If you want to participate in this tracking, click here.


About De las Heras Demotecnia

De las Heras Demotecnia is a Mexican firm that is a pioneer in public opinion research in electoral politics and market research. In 2000, it was the first polling house to predict the alternation to the presidency of the Republic. In 2012, the one that came closest to the electoral results of that year. During 2015 and 2016, De las Heras Demotecnia obtained the best record in terms of electoral surveys, and among its most recent achievements are precision in the electoral results of 2017, for which it was awarded at the Reed Latino Awards 2017 as the best polling house in the country. In 2018, it was the first agency to publish that AMLO and Morena would exceed 30 million votes.


Translator: Martín Caballero

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