Three out of four Austrians are at least somewhat of the opinion that the corona crisis has shown that online services are important in working life and at school. Two thirds also believe that digitisation helped "survive" the crisis.

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As recently reported in the last IMAS Report No. 08 | 2020, there is a shift in the general mood in the population from positive to negative. This is mainly due to the fact that our daily life, which we have valued so far, has been significantly changed by the crisis and will continue to change.

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Lowest level since 1972 in the 12-month-perspective-question: Only 24 percent of the Austrians look confident ahead to the next 12 months. More than a third each has either sorrows or is sceptical. Women, people with a low level of education and people over 60 years are particularly concerned.

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In a ratio of 39 to 19, the Austrians record that civil courage has rather decreased in the Alpine Republic in the past four to five years. People with higher education in particular are more likely to believe this. The group of people for difficult situations is getting smaller: When asked how many people they can rely on in difficult situations, significantly more respondents compared to 2010 reply with 1-3 people.

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The basic mood has worsened significantly as a result of the corona crisis: One in two assumes that the economic situation will worsen, almost half of the Austrians have the impression that people in Austria are no longer satisfied.

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15 percent of Austrians are very interested in the current domestic political events, another 24 percent quite strongly. People over the age of 60 in particular are very interested in Austrian politics. 58 percent of the population lack interest.

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