Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER) is calling on Luxembourg to participate in a major online survey. Aimed at all residents aged 16 and over (all categories: workers, students, pensioners, high school students, etc.) because all opinions count and all information is valuable. The survey is also accessible to cross-border workers, who have also been affected by this crisis.
The survey covers health (physical and mental), employment and working patterns, daily activities, mobility, family interactions, etc.
The responses collected will provide a better understanding of the extent of the socio-economic impacts of the pandemic, provide a portrait of the people hardest hit, and thus help to inform the important policy decisions that will still have to be taken in the coming weeks and months.
This study is being conducted on a voluntary and anonymous basis, and will be carried out in two phases:
– Today’s online survey probes recent experiences with containment and de-containment.
– A second phase is planned once life has returned to normal and we can take a step back from recent events.
Completing this questionnaire takes about 20 minutes. The more numerous and precise the answers, the more reliable the results of the analysis will be.
The survey is supported by the FNR.