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73% Support Personal Mobile Data Being Used For COVID-19 Tracking

Published: Sun 26 Apr 2020 04:30 PM
9% of adults are neutral on use of personal mobile data, 16% are opposed (10% strongly) and 3% are not really sure.
Opposition is above average for those aged under 45 years. Support is lowest among 25-34-year olds (61%). It is higher than the overall average among those aged 45 or older, peaking at 65% of those aged 65-74 years-old.
Methodology:
1,267 members of the HorizonPoll specialist nationwide online research panel, representing the New Zealand population 18+, responded to the survey between 7 and 12 April 2020.
The sample is weighted on age, gender, highest education level, personal income, region and employment status to ensure it matches the population at the 2018 Census. The maximum margin of error at a 95% confidence level is ±2.8% overall.
www.horizonpoll.co.nz

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