Vietnamese people most optimistic about post-pandemic economic recovery: Survey
The Hanoitimes - A majority of people in 10 of the 15 countries polled by Ipsos disagree that the economy will recover quickly once the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown is lifted, suggesting a lasting impact.
Vietnamese people are the most optimistic about the prospects for economic recovery, with 80% saying the economy will quickly recover after social distancing ends, according to a global survey conducted by market research firm Ipsos.
In addition to Vietnam, those in China (68%) and India (63%) expect a quick recovery will take place.
Meanwhile, a majority of people in 10 of the 15 countries polled by Ipsos disagree that the economy will recover quickly once the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown is over, suggesting a lasting impact.
The majority of citizens in Spain (76%), France (72%), Italy (68%), the UK (67%), Russia (64%), Japan (64%), and Canada (62%) feel most pessimistic about a quick economic recovery the a survey conducted from April 9 to 12.
At the same time, one of the countries most divided on this question is the world’s largest economy – the US ̶ with nearly half of those surveyed (49%) disagreeing on a quick recovery, while 43% think it will happen.
In terms of actions taken, majorities in India (56%), Brazil and Germany (54%) say all of the restrictions on travel and mandates for self-isolation will not stop the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. That compares with majorities in China (63%), Australia (59%), Italy and Canada (58%), Spain (57%), the UK, and Vietnam (54%) and France (51%) who think the restrictions do work.
Ipsos survey conducted on the Global Advisor online platform among 28,000 adults aged 18-74 in Canada and the United States and 16-74 in Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Vietnam and the UK.
As of April 20, Vietnam has reported no new coronavirus cases for the fourth day in a row with the total infections of 268 and no deaths.
- Vietnam stays mindful of economic impacts in Covid-19 fight
- Vietnam PM orders crackdown on illegal immigrants amid fresh coronavirus outbreaks
- Partial social distancing helps Vietnam mitigate negative economic Covid-19 impacts
- Covid-19 epicenter in Danang must be stamped out: PM
- Covid-19 may hurt up to 5 million workers in Vietnam in Q3
- Danang sets up field hospitals as local coronavirus infections surge
- Vietnam strives to stamp down Covid-19 in highly infectious Danang hospital
- Vietnam successfully develops two sets of SARS-CoV-2 test kits
- Ho Chi Minh City closes entertainment facilities
- Vietnam authorities seize nearly 1 million poor quality face masks
Vietnam PM orders crackdown on illegal immigrants amid fresh coronavirus outbreaks
Vietnam stays mindful of economic impacts in Covid-19 fight
Hanoi checks all people with severe illnesses
Vietnamese students invent coronavirus-proof hat
Vietnam stock market needs upgrading to emerging status soon: PM
ASEAN Summit in Hanoi expected to boost intra-regional economic links
Hanoi works closely with ADB to ensure progress of urban infrastructure projects
Vietnam Airlines retakes Jetstar Pacific from Qantas
Hanoi strives to ensure safe and stable investment environment for investors