A city daily is surveying its readers on how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their “outlook on life”.
The Norwich Evening News has launched the poll in order to “learn how lockdown has changed readers’ lives”.
The survey features questions on saving money, working from home and mental health, among other issues.
It was launched in a piece by health correspondent Clarissa Place, pictured.
Clarissa wrote: “The pandemic has seen us all having to alter aspects of our lives. These changes may have been short-term as part of lockdown restrictions or resulted in huge changes to your life.
“That is why the Norwich Evening News is launching a new project to learn how lockdown has changed readers’ lives.
“From working from home, to thinking about your spending, savings or career, the pandemic has been a factor in making potentially life-changing decisions.
“Easing of restrictions may have changed your views or strengthened them as some prepare for the new school term or look to get away. We want to know how the pandemic has affected you and your outlook on life.”