British Columbians feel safe as the province reopens amid COVID-19, but their finances are suffering

B.C. may have avoided the worst ravages of COVID-19, but the outbreak has hit many residents where it hurts. On behalf of BCBusiness, Mustel Group recently asked 530 British Columbians how safely they think the provincial government is reopening the economy—and if the pandemic has affected them financially.

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About this poll:

This survey was conducted from May 20 to 25 using Mustel Group’s proprietary online panel, Giving Opinions, a completely randomly recruited research panel made up of residents from across British Columbia. A total of 530 residents 18 years of age or older were surveyed. The results have been statistically weighted to match census stats on the basis of age, gender, and region.

The margin of error for a sample size of 530 is +/- 4.3 percentage points.