A survey the United Kingdom asked people life after lockdown. The market research and data analytics company YouGov asked 4,343 people about life after the lockdown ends. The company said they were surprised the people's answers. Only nine per cent Britons want life to return to "normal" after the coronavirus outbreak is over. This means 91 per cent want life to be different to how it was the pandemic started. Over half of people (54%) said they hoped to change the way they live their lives. Lead researcher Professor Tom MacMillan said: "This data shows there is a real appetite change, and the nation to learn this crisis."
Most the people the survey said they noticed big changes because the lockdown. Just half (51%) have noticed cleaner air outdoors, and 27 per cent have seen more wildlife the past month. This may encourage people to use cars less when the lockdown ends. Maybe more people will work home. Many people (42%) said they value food more, and 38 per cent said they are now cooking using recipes and not buying ready-made meals. Another change could be a stronger sense community. Over 40 per cent people said they now talk to people who live near them. Professor MacMillan said: "People are trying new things and noticing differences home, in their work and communities."