In this post from ‘The changing behaviour series’ we take a look at the data from the final quarter of 2020, captured in the Blis consumer confidence pulse to identify consumer sentiment in Australia, Singapore, Italy, UK and US.
In this post from ‘The changing behavior series’ we take a look at Generation Z to get a better sense of their patterns of behavior and where they spend their time.
Over the past month, we’ve seen Americans drastically change their lifestyles to adapt to voluntary social distancing and stay-at-home government mandates.
And suddenly everything changed. From the way we work (Weekday CBD foot traffic across major Australian cities was down -62% in March vs Jan 2020), where we spend our time (activity in mid-suburban areas went up 23% on average) to the way we travel and move (public transport use is down over 70%) has significantly shifted since COVID-19 escalated in Australia
Singapore won praise from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for its early response to address the nation’s concerns and anxieties when it first raised alerts to DORSCON Orange on February 6, 2020. With many countries currently implementing lockdown measures and shelter at home policies, Singapore has implemented “circuit breaker” measures – closing down non-essential services – from now until May 4.