APAC Consumer and Workplace Sentiment During the Covid-19 Crisis | Syno
With the Covid-19 crisis showing no signs of abating, and travel restrictions and panic buying becoming common across the globe, we at Syno began to wonder how different countries in APAC are reacting to this epidemic. Recently, we conducted an APAC-focused study, where we asked respondents in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, and Australia about their consumer behavior and changes in their workplace. Naturally, considering the size of the epidemic, there were many similarities between the countries, but there were also stark differences in how people are responding.
- Survey Parameters and Design
- Workplace Changes in Response to Covid-19
- Consumption Changes in Responses to Covid-19
- Travel Pattern Changes in Response to Covid-19
Survey Parameters and Design
Syno regularly conducts global omnibus studies as a part of our Syno Answers product line. Run every two weeks with respondents in over 80 countries, we pool various client questions together to offer a lower-cost way to conduct global research. This time, we asked 500 respondents each in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, and Australia their sentiments towards Covid-19 between March 19th and the 23rd.