The survey was conducted in mid-January and covered 500 respondents, with 87% saying the quake upset or deeply upset them.
About 40% of respondents helped those affected by donating money, 47% by donating goods and necessities, and 8% volunteered on the ground.
Of those who donated money, 16.2% did so directly to those affected, 8.9% donated to the Red Cross, 4.6% to Caritas, 3.3% paid into the government’s official account, and 12.6% donated to other organisations and persons.
Fifty-two percent of respondents said they were dissatisfied with the state’s engagement and organisation of aid in the affected area, 28% were neutral, and only 20% were satisfied.
Fifty-two percent of respondents also said the earthquake had no impact at all on their concern about COVID-19, while 28% said they were more concerned.