People in Wales are less likely to wear a face covering during the coronavirus pandemic than people in England and Scotland, according to a new survey.
Just 43% of Welsh respondents said they had worn a covering or mask in the last two weeks, compared to 65% in England and 75% in Scotland.
Wales is the only country in Britain where face coverings are not required to be worn in shops to help prevent Covid-19 transmissions, but like in the rest of the UK they are mandatory on public transport.
The YouGov survey was one of a series it focused on the difference in people's behaviours between the three countries.
It said the results showed how each nation's government has impacted public behaviour.
Another poll found that people in Wales were the most likely to actively avoid contact with tourists (41%) compared to Scotland (33%) and England (30%).
And Welsh residents were the most likely to support the decisions taken by their government, including stopping all inbound flights (38%, vs 31% in Scotland, 27% in England) and temporarily closing schools (29% vs 21% and 22% in England and Scotland).
The survey also found that people in England were the least likely to support quarantining people and placing areas back into lockdown (30%) compared to Scotland (39%) and Wales (43%).
England was also the country which had the least support for quarantining someone who had come into contact with a contaminated patient (65%) vs 75% and 76% for Scotland and Wales respectively.
Scotland was the country where the most of respondents felt the Covid-19 situation was getting better or completely over (80%) compared to Wales (64%) and England (38%)
However the survey noted its work in Scotland was conducted in late July, prior to the recent outbreak in Aberdeen.