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England's lockdown ending may mean people take COVID-19 less seriously – our new research shows why

By Colin Foad, Research Fellow in Psychology, Cardiff University
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Throughout the pandemic, polling data has shown strong public support for lockdowns. However, as someone who studies ambivalence and hypocrisy, I’m aware that finding general support for something sometimes glosses over how people truly feel. For example, ask people just about tax, and most will happily pay less. But ask people just about hospitals, and most will happily have more.

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