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Hungary: opinion on responsibility for informing the public about COVID-19 2020

Most Hungarians who found the mass spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) possible stated that it was the government's responsibility to inform the public about the development of the disease. According to 11 percent of respondents, healthcare workers were responsible for providing adequate information on the virus.

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Who do you think is the most responsible for informing the public adequately about the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Hungary?*

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Release date

March 2020

Region

Hungary

Survey time period

March 17-21, 2020

Number of respondents

1,003 respondents*

Special properties

People who found the mass spread of coronavirus possible

Supplementary notes

*Total number of respondents, not only those who found the mass spread of coronavirus possible.
*Respondents could choose two answers.

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