Attitudes towards commuting during COVID-19 in Japan 2020

In September 2020, around 58 percent of respondents in Japan stated that they do not intend to make any changes concerning their commuting frequency even when fearing a COVID-19 infection. However, about 40 percent reported that they either want to reduce their frequency of travels or stop traveling altogether. Employees etc. suggested several issues of remote work, e.g., lacking a clear line between work and personal life.

Distribution of respondents' attitudes towards their commuting frequency during COVID-19 in Japan as of September 2020

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Source

Release date

September 2020

Region

Japan

Survey time period

September 4 to 5, 2020

Number of respondents

2,074 respondents

Age group

20 to 69 years

Special properties

when fearing infection

Method of interview

Online survey

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