How Australians are feeling about COVID-19

As COVID-19 runs its course through the Australian economy we are reaching out to the market weekly to understand how they are feeling about the economy, their financial security, their investment intentions and their employment. If you want to get this data sent to you weekly, Click here

If you want to read CoreData’s analysis on how Australians are feeling about Covid: Click here

How to use this tracker:

To see each question click on the tab. To slice and dice by age and gender, geography and employment status, use the drop down menus available.

Want to share your thoughts?

We're all in this together, and with many of us isolated we want to make sure Australians are still being heard. Every week, for the next few weeks, we'd like to hear how you're feeling about COVID-19.

Share your experiences by completing one or all the short surveys below. Each survey will explore the impacts we're all facing as individuals and as a nation. If you want to add your voice regularly on these and other issues, we invite you to join our consumer research partner Hunter and Bligh.

Investor sentiment

Let's talk about the economy. How has COVID-19 impacted your financial decisions and investments? What do you think the future holds?

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Personal impact

How are you coping right now? Is the Government getting it right?  What impact is COVID-19 having on you and your family?

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Business impact

How is COVID-19 affecting your business? What changes have you been forced to make? Is the Government doing enough to help?

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Contact Us

For all media enquiries, information or datacube access requests, please contact:

Kristen Turnbull
Director of CoreData WA
[email protected]

Additional resources

For information on COVID-19, and daily situational updates, please visit the WHO or another trusted information source.
https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus

We know that times are tough for many Australians. If you are thinking about suicide or experiencing a personal crisis, we encourage you to call Lifeline on 13 11 14.