Yegii’s Ebola Survey 2015: Attitudes to Ebola in the US, Europe and Asia

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Thursday, January 5, 2017
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2014
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Life science/Healthcare

Yegii’s Ebola Survey 2015: Attitudes to Ebola in the US, Europe and Asia finds that (1) The public does not feel well informed, (2) There is a global leadership and investment gap, (3) The outbreak affects people’s willingness to spend time with Africans, and (4) People are affected by the disease but don’t feel personally vulnerable. The online survey was launched between the 5th and 18th December 2014 and was administered through Amazon Mechanical Turk . A total of 801 valid responses were included in the final dataset. Yegii, Inc., a Delaware corporation, and Qplan, a Greek small-and-medium enterprise, is behind the survey and paid for the data collection.

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Author:
Altsisiadis, E. & Undheim, T. et al.
Publisher:
Yegii, Inc.
Time horizon:
2-5 Years
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