In the presence of the corona crisis, we have designed the project #AllUnitedAgainstTheVirus in order to support the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) UK association. In this context, we ask our panellists (mingle panel) about their current situation twice a week with the entire remuneration being donated to the MSF. In the following we show some insights into the most recent results.
In this week, we can see that the majority of our UK community again describe themselves as being ‘relaxed’. We are seeing a slight increase in participants being relaxed with roughly 47% on 25th May. Moreover, 18.04% of our survey takers have described their mood as being ‘happy’ on 25th May, hence, there has been a tiny decrease in that figure.
The percentage of our participants who would define their mood as being ‘bored’ slightly decreased again compared to the previous weeks, reaching 11.60% on 25th May. As we have seen small ups and downs for the percentage of our community members who would describe their mood as being ‘puzzled’ in the previous two weeks, the number nearly remained the same. At the same time, only 8.25% of our UK community felt ‘sad’ on 25th May. As a result, the number of respondents who felt ‘sad’ again nearly remained the same compared to the previous weeks.
The mingle team and the MSF UK association thank you for your commitment! #AllUnitedAgainstTheVirus