Do you think decisions around lockdown measures should happen at the same time for the whole of the UK even if some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus or do you think that lockdown rules should be different in areas depending on the spread of the virus?

Field work dates: 25 September 2020 - 19 January 2021
Data from: Wales
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Do you think decisions around lockdown measures should happen at the same time for the whole of the UK even if some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus or do you think that lockdown rules should be different in areas depending on the spread of the virus?
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19 January 2021
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14 January 2021
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4 October 2020
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Decisions around lockdown measures should happen at the same time for the whole of the UK even if some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus70%70%40%
If some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus then lockdown rules should be different in these areas30%30%60%

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Thinking about decisions around lockdown measures, which of the following comes closest
to your view? Decisions around lockdown measures should happen at the same time for the whole of the UK even if some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus or if some areas are at different levels than others at reducing the spread of the virus then lockdown rules should be different in these areas.

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