Differences in the concerns of Canadians with respect to the COVID-19 pandemic - ARCHIVED

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Between April 3 and April 25, approximately a quarter of a million people answered a questionnaire on how the COVID-19 pandemic was affecting their lives, based on a new method of data collection called crowdsourcing. This study examines how the concerns and attitudes of participants changed over time by comparing the answers provided by participants in the first week of data collection to the answers of those who answered in the second and third week of data collection.

Issue Number: 2020001
Author(s): Larochelle-Côté, Sébastien; Uppal, Sharanjit
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