Welcome to the COVID-19 Briefing, summarising the latest headline findings from the Sport England weekly survey of physical activity attitudes and behaviours during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The survey explores the amount and type of activity being undertaken, how activity is changing over time, who people are being active with, and what they’re thinking and feeling about being active.
The survey carried out by Savanta ComRes is on a weekly basis. Data is weighted to be representative of adults in England by age, gender, region, social grade and the estimated households with children under 16.
All headlines and tables from previous weeks are available in this document so please feel free to pass these results on to those who need it.
From the 25th May onwards, surveys will take place on a monthly basis, with ad hoc waves at other times in response to specific changes to restrictions or other identified needs.
COVID-19 Insight Pack
Sport England - June 2020
This report, developed in collaboration with our We Are Undefeatable partners, draws upon a range of sources to provide the most up to date picture of activity amongst adults with long term health conditions, and importantly, what they are thinking and feeling in light of COVID 19.
COVID-19 Impact On Physical Activity Behaviour
Press Red have produced a briefing from the available national data on our time in lockdown. Published on 7th May, the briefing provides a detailed reflection on what has happened prior to the first stage of amendments to the lockdown.
View the briefing below, or open the briefing in full here.