Pablo Contreras Speaker, Professor of Strategy, Research, Marketing, Sales at universities and business schools. Founder…ACL Direct  Promo · We know about Relationship Marketing. We are experts in loyalty and incentives · We like to create unique experiences Monographic course on Internet Law at CEF.- Center for Financial Studies Know the legal responsibilities that exist in the digital environment to protect your company A profuse number of opinion articles, studies and analyzes are appearing that try to infer how the coronavirus and the crisis that it has brought us is reshaping the world.

This crisis is subjecting our societies, our economies, our mental strength, our capacities to resist, to adapt to a tough resistance test? It may be for many of us the most challenging scenario of change we will ever face. And everything seems to indicate that the coronavirus is here to stay. We will get through it, no doubt. We are at the best moment in history for Indonesia Phone Number List humanity to face a pandemic: thousands of people are working hard around the world to find the treatments and the vaccine that the world needs, and all the added knowledge and technological capabilities available. they will end up bearing fruit, hopefully soon. This crisis will entail an enormous cost that we are still far from being able to accurately quantify. But if we can begin to know what effects this virus is beginning to have on our lives and especially on our expectations for the future. With a perspective of at least a week since we entered the period of mandatory confinement, we have already begun to adapt habits, ways of acting and we have had time to begin to reflect on what awaits us in the future How are we adapting to this new scenario?

How is it affecting our mood? What new behaviors are we adopting? Which ones will become habits and which ones will be ephemeral once the confinement is over? How will we face the new post-coronavirus reality? We have asked this in a survey carried out between March 20 and 25 through an online questionnaire to 675 people between 16 and 75 years old, we have obtained results that we expose below One of the first ideas to evaluate is the mood of the people. According to the survey, the majority feeling is uncertainty, with 64.3% of people responding that they feel “a lot or a lot.” This feeling, however, is not yet manifested in fear, despite the news of an increase in infected and deaths that we are receiving, since up to 73.5% say they feel something or no fear, compared to 26.5 % who say they feel a lot or a lot of fear. Nor is the feeling of insecurity the majority, rather on the contrary, 72.6% do not say they feel insecurity in a significant way. Neither is sadness a majority feeling, only 17.5% say they feel really sad. It is the uncertainty the state of mind that really prevails in the feeling of the population in Spain.What level of information about the coronavirus and the situation generated do the Spanish have?

Well, 53% say they feel generally well informed. In an assessment on a scale of 1 to 5 on the level of information received, with 1 being the lowest level and 5 the highest, the average score obtained is 3.47. The media used are mostly television (84.9%), digital press (88.7%), social networks (68.3%), WhatsApp and instant messaging services (65%) and the telephone (62, 7%).If we think about how we think this crisis affects and will affect our domestic economy and our consumption decisions, the study shows very conclusive results: a lot, and with an important market of economic capacity and consumption expectations. 14% of respondents say that it is safe or very likely that they will lose their job. But almost 70% affirm that they will suffer a reduction in their economic capacity (29.2% very considerably) and that this will mean that 75% of those surveyed will reduce their consumption in the months after the period of confinement.

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