Given the presence of covid-19 in the country and its evolution, 51 percent of Angolans say they are 'very worried' about this situation and 37 percent say they only feel 'worried'.
The fear of becoming infected is the main reason for this concern: 83 per cent say they are afraid of contracting the virus or that someone in their family will become infected.
The fear of losing one's job is the second biggest reason. According to the study, almost half of the respondents (48 percent) fear losing their source of income.
Among other reasons, there is also concern about price increases (28 per cent).
As for the protective behaviour adopted to protect themselves from covid-19, 84 per cent of respondents revealed that they have been washing their hands more frequently, 79 per cent say they wear a mask, 42 per cent say they have left home less and 33 per cent admit that they have tried to avoid being with other people.
This study was conducted between 12 and 30 June to 1129 people over the age of 15 living in the country's 18 provinces.