Attitudes towards compliance and restrictions: Report 47
Findings from the Fourth General Survey of The Tasmania Project (TTP4) show almost one half of all respondents do not always follow the physical distancing rules, which is the lowest level since the start of The Tasmania Project. This suggests people are far less likely (more than twice) to always follow the physical distancing rules than they were about a year ago.
There has also been a decline in compliance with COVID-19 safe practices over time, and a slight decline in feelings of safety. At the same time, almost one half of respondents disagree that Tasmania should open to more countries where COVID-19 is under control, and only about 1 in 3 agree that Tasmania has adequate resources to manage a COVID-19 outbreak.
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