Talking Point: How do you feel about visiting the city centre during the pandemic?

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Young people were the most confident, with 70 per cent saying they would be happy to travel (Lucy Young)
Young people were the most confident, with 70 per cent saying they would be happy to travel (Lucy Young)

A survey of 1,500 Londoners today revealed growing confidence levels about heading back to the city centre.

62 per cent - a 10 per cent increase since last September - said they felt comfortable making the trip now that more people had been vaccinated.

Young people were the most confident, with 70 per cent of those between 16 and 34 saying they would be happy to travel.

Londoners over 55, on the other hand, were the least confident - with only 55 per cent saying they would travel into the centre.

Would you be happy to venture into central London again, or have you been doing so all along? Let us know in the comments below for the chance to be featured on the ES website tomorrow.

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