“Respondent” in the news

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The Independent
· Coronavirus: Majority of British workers want watchdog spot checks to keep them safe from Covid-19  
Only half (53 per cent) of respondents were confident that someone in the workplace would contact the HSE if Covid-19 health and safety procedures were not being followed, pointing to the need for proactive checks.
The Japan Times
· 79% of Japan firms in Asia see sales drop in first half on pandemic  
Among the respondents who expect falling sales, the largest group of 27.2 percent forecasts a decline ranging from more than 20 percent to less than 30 percent, followed by 18.3 percent foreseeing a range of more than 10 percent to less than 20 percent.
The Japan Times
· Abe Cabinet’s approval rating lowest in two years amid complaints of slow virus aid, scandals: poll  
As for the pandemic, the survey showed that 96 percent of respondents are concerned about a second wave of infections striking.
Malay Mail
· Survey: With Covid-19 under control, Malaysians now worried over unemployment, job safety  
Employers, who made up of 2.9 per cent of survey respondents or about 4,877 people, had also been hit badly, with 23.8 per cent of them losing their businesses.
Yonhap News
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on June 1)  
A recent poll showed about 70 percent of respondents want her to step down.
Financial Express
· Demand slump bites: Rupee fall doesn't suffice to allay exporters' woes  
Already, as many as 58% of the 103 respondents in a survey by CARE Ratings suggest exports will contract in FY21 following the covid-19 outbreak, with sectors such as tourism, aviation, auto, electronics and metals facing the maximum risk.
The Age
· Super bender: retirement nest-egg withdrawals used to boost spending on non-essentials  
More than half the respondents said they had used or planned to use it to pay household bills, mortgage, rent and other debts while 36 per cent said they had added, or planned to add it, to savings.
The Age
· 'I feel so much better': Employees ready to work from home more often  
A survey by Swinburne University researchers John Hopkins and Anne Bardoel found nearly four in 10 respondents had never worked from home before the crisis.
The Japan Times
· Over 80% say government coronavirus economic aid slow: Kyodo poll  
More than 80 percent of respondents said they felt the government's economic aid, including cash handouts of ¥100,000 ($927) to residents, in response to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak was slow, a Kyodo News survey showed Sunday.
Al Jazeera
· 'Love and dignity': Inside the UK's special needs schools  
Eighty-three percent of its respondents stated that they had not received any funding from health and social care budgets to support pupils who had been issued an EHC plan - a legal document detailing a young person's special educational, health and social care needs.