Dec 20, 2020
4059 GB adults surveyed
Published on the same day
The UK Government has announced that a new tier of coronavirus restrictions - Tier 4 - is being created for those areas where the disease is spreading most rapidly, including in London, the South East and the East of England. These will be broadly equivalent to national restrictions which were introduced in England in November: residents in those areas must stay at home, with limited exemptions. Non-essential retail and indoors gyms must close. People should work from home when they can, and should not enter or leave Tier 4 areas, although communal worship may continue. Do you support or oppose these changes?
Rules in England allowing people from up to three different homes to mix on 23-27 December have been narrowed, with people in Tiers 1-3 only allowed to do so on Christmas Day itself, and those in Tier 4 not allowed to mix at all (with the exception of support bubbles). Do you support or oppose these changes?