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Survey shows how Manx residents feel about gov't exit strategy

Polls taken in Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man

A survey showing how Manx residents feel about government's Covid-19 Exit Strategy has been published.

Island Global Research released the data from polls taken in Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man. (Dates from 11-17 May)

It shows that 58% of the Manx public surveyed agreed, or strongly agreed, with government's exit strategy, while 27% said they were 'neutral' on the matter, and 15% disagreed.

Guernsey's stats show the public there are more in favour with their government's response (83%) whereas Jersey falls behind with only 38% in agreement overall.

Of note in the opinion polls, only 13% of the Manx public said they would feel comfortable returning to public, music, or sporting events once restrictions are lifted.

You can read the full survey here.

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