This chart reflects responses to Question #29a in the Spring 2020 and Winter 2020 surveys and Question #25a in the Spring 2021 which asked respondents “**If yes to Q25** Has COVID-19 changed the way your household divides or pays for utility bills?” The available options were.
Yes, it has changed because of COVID-19.
Yes, it has changed because of something unrelated to COVID-19.
No, nothing has changed.
I don’t know
231 respondents answered this question.
212 respondents (91.8%) said nothing has changed.
Fifty-four respondents (23.4%) said that there has been a change due to COVID-19.
Two respondents (0.9%) answered that there has been a change unrelated to COVID-19.
Three respondents (1.3%) answered they did not know.
Four respondents (1.7%) answered “other.”
The data was produced by the Shifting Energy Demands in COVID-19 Survey, which has been administered to 234 people over two time periods. The Spring 2020 survey was administered to 86 people between May and June, and the Winter 2020 survey was administered to 83 people between December 2020 and March 2021 The Spring 2021 survey was administered to 65 people between March 2021 and June 2021. Visit the Shifting Energy Demands in COVID-19 - Spring + Winter 2020 Survey Results page to view more data from our survey. The project is approved by Drexel’s IRB.
Andrew Rosenthal, "**If yes to Q25** Has COVID-19 changed the way your household divides or pays for utility bills? (Cumulative Q29a/25a)", contributed by Andrew Rosenthal, Alison Kenner, Briana Leone, Morgan Sarao and James Adams, The Energy Rights Project, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 6 June 2022, accessed 10 December 2023. https://energyrights.info/content/if-yes-q25-has-covid-19-changed-way-your-household-divides-or-pays-utility-bills-cumulative