Daily Record Sport readers believe the SPFL were too quick to end the 2019/20 season - and a majority support league reconstruction.

A total of 1,715 supporters responded to our Great Big Scottish Football Lockdown survey covering the most pressing issues facing our national game.

The results provide a snapshot of how fans view the handling of the coronavirus pandemic so far and reveal their biggest hopes and fears over what's to come.

Punters offered up an honest assessment of where they think the game is heading, expressing concern over closed door football and the decision to relegate clubs with fixtures outstanding.

You can view the full results of our survey below.

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Which team do you support?

First off, we asked fans to tell us what they support. As you'd expect, a large majority choose Celtic and Rangers.

Premiership: Aberdeen (4.14 per cent), Celtic (29.8 per cent), Hamilton (0.35 per cent), Hearts (7.17 per cent), Hibs (2.62 per cent), Kilmarnock (2.62 per cent), Livingston (0.82 per cent), Motherwell (2.68 per cent), Rangers (30.96 per cent), Ross County (0.41 per cent), St Mirren (1.69 per cent)

Championship: Alloa (0.17 per cent), Arbroath (0.47 per cent), Ayr United (1.05 per cent),  Dundee (1.46 per cent), Dundee United (2.16 per cent), Dunfermline (0.76 per cent), Greenock Morton (1.11 per cent), Inverness (0.29 per cent), Partick Thistle (1.75 per cent), Queen of the South (0.35 per cent).

League One: Airdrieonians (0.76 per cent), Clyde (0.58 per cent), Dumbarton (0.41 per cent), East Fife (0.23 per cent), Falkirk (1.46 per cent), Forfar (0.23 per cent), Montrose (0.17 per cent), Peterhead (0.17 per cent), Raith Rovers (0.70 per cent), Stranraer (0.12 per cent).

League Two: Albion Rovers (0.12 per cent), Annan Athletic (0 per cent), Brechin City (0.12 per cent), Cove Rangers (0.06 per cent), Cowdenbeath (0 per cent), Edinburgh City (0.23 per cent), Elgin City (0.12 per cent), Queen's Park (0.52 per cent), Stenhousemuir (0.06 per cent), Stirling Albion (0.23 per cent).

How do you feel about the way the 2019/20 season was ended?

There were mixed opinions on how the season was brought to a close, with "satisfied" being the most popular response. Overall, however, a majority of fans expressed a negative view on the way things were handled.

Delighted : 4.68 per cent

Satisfied : 33.94 per cent

Disappointed : 33.88 per cent

Angry : 26.45 per cent

Don't know : 1.05 per cent

Should the SPFL have taken more time before calling it?

More than half of fans polled believe the SPFL were too quick to bring the season to a close.

Yes: 56.69 per cent

No: 39.86 per cent

Don't know: 3.45 per cent

Should clubs have been relegated?

While Hearts, Partick Thistle and Stranraer face the drop, more than 60 per cent of supporters reckon no clubs should have been relegated as part of the process.

Yes: 34.04 per cent

No: 61.35 per cent

Don't know: 4.62 per cent

Should there be league reconstruction?

More than two-thirds of fans surveyed insist there should now be some form of reconstruction in Scottish football.

Yes: 67.93 per cent

No: 26.64 per cent

Don't know: 5.43 per cent

Will next season start on schedule in August?

There's real pessimism among fans that the new campaign will kick off on the provisionally agreed date of August 1.

Yes: 20.04 per cent

No: 65.95 per cent

Don't know: 14.02 per cent

Should it be allowed to start in August?

And it seems most feel, given the current circumstances, that two months' time is too soon for football's return.

Yes: 35.35 per cent

No: 40.85 per cent

Don't know: 24.02 per cent

What are your biggest concerns about football returning?

Safety of those involved: 62.71 per cent

Congregation of fans at stadiums: 43.02 per cent

Misplacement of resources: 20.81 per cent

Sporting integrity: 27.06 per cent

Having to stop again: 55.11 per cent

Lack of atmosphere: 46.41 per cent

None of the above: 0.41 per cent

None at all: 2.92 per cent

Will games be played without fans?

A clear majority feel that, when football returns, there will be no fans in attendance.

Yes: 66.68 per cent

No: 20.37 per cent

Don't know: 12.76 per cent

Should games be played without fans?

And most of them think the game should not come back until supporters are allowed through the gates.

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Yes: 36.33 per cent

No: 53.81 per cent

Don't know: 9.86 per cent

Do you fear some clubs will not survive the crisis?

There are real fears that SPFL clubs will go under as a result of the current shutdown.

Yes: 91.16 per cent

No: 6.21 per cent

Don't know: 2.63 per cent

Would you feel safe attending games when fans return?

Over 60 per cent of fans polled say they would feel safe getting back into stadiums, whenever clubs are given the green-light to throw open their gates once more.

Yes: 62.34 per cent

No: 19.77 per cent

Don't know: 17.89 per cent

For which reasons do you most want football to return?

We asked fans to select one or more reasons why they so want to have football back in their lives, with the biggest concern ensuring they have a club to go back to.

Boost national morale: 51.43 per cent

Ensure clubs' survive: 66.51 per cent

Something to look forward to: 55.06 per cent

Something to do: 19.32 per cent

Don't know: 0.94 per cent

None of the above: 8.47 per cent

Would you support a player from your team if they refused to play for safety reasons?

Most supporters revealed they would back a player from their own club if they shied away from returning and cited fears over the virus.

Yes: 92.1 per cent

No: 7.9 per cent

What is the biggest issue for match-going fans right now?

Our survey shows the greatest concern among fans just now is not knowing when they'll be able to see their team again, either in grounds or on the TV.

2019/20 ST refunds: 7.65 per cent

2021/21 ticket prices: 10.57 per cent

Extra costs for more TV coverage: 10.16 per cent

Not knowing if/when games will return: 71.61 per cent

Would you pay extra for live coverage of closed door games?

The issue of live-streaming closed door fixtures has split supporters, with only around 33 per cent saying they would be prepared to pay for every game.

Yes - every game: 33.1 per cent

Yes - game-by-game: 31.99 per cent

No: 34.91 per cent

What should happen to the transfer window?

There's a variety of opinion on how the transfer window should be dealt with in the coming weeks, given some nations have ended their seasons while others are attempting to finish all fixtures.

Open as usual, but players can't play for new clubs until 2020/21: 27.47 per cent

Open when 2019/20 ends, finish when 2020/21 starts: 38.69 per cent

Open when 2019/20, keep open for whole 2020/21 season: 21.27 per cent

Don't know: 12.57 per cent

Which of these statements is truest for you right now?

And in a heartening development to finish, most fans insist they're more likely to plough money into their club despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.

More likely to buy tickets and merchandise: 51.26 per cent

More likely to buy tickets, less likely to buy merchandise: 10.17 per cent

More likely to buy merchandise, less likely to buy tickets: 11.98 per cent

Less likely to buy tickets and merchandise: 6.31 per cent

Don't know: 9 per cent

None of the above: 11.28 per cent