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Stress In America – 2019, A Case Study

Americans are among the most stressed people in the world, poll finds. In today’s article we will discuss about Stress In America – 2019, A Case Study

Stress In America – 2019, A Case Study

“What Really stood out for the U.S. is the increase in the negative experiences” said Julie Ray.

In the United States, about 55% adults said that they experienced stress during “a lot of the day” prior, compared with just 35% globally.

About 45% Americans surveyed said they had felt “a lot” of worry the day before, compared with a global average of 39%

When Gallup investigated the response more closely, it found that being under 50, earning a low income and having a dim view of President Trump’s job performance were co-related with negative experiences among adults in the United States.

But, still there is no enough data to say for sure whether any of those factor were behind the feeling of sadness, stress, worry, depression, anxiety.

“The Country’s overall score at least partly reflects the violence, displacement and the collapse of basic services in part of Chad that have affected thousands of families”.

This year’s Stress in America Survey by the American Psychological Association might make you feel not so all alone.

It was the best of times, it was the worst of the times….or so it seems, depending upon who one follows on.

The most prevalent cause of stress in the United States is the fear of mass shooting, with more than 7 in 10 adults (71% in total), saying mass shooting are a significant source of stress in their lives.

There is an increment of 10% from last year ( year 2018 ).

Nearly 1 in 3 adults, feel they can not go anywhere without worrying about being a victim of mass shooting (32%).

33% says, fear prevent them from going to certain places or events.

Stress About Health Care :

Stress In America - 2019, A Case Study

71% of those with Private Insurance sat the cost of health care causes them stress.

Whereas, 53% of those with public insurance say the cost of healthcare causes them stress.

Sources :

New York Times

The American Institute of Stress

American Psychological Association ( APA )

U.S. News

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2 thoughts on “Stress In America – 2019, A Case Study

  1. Not only United States, even in India too more than 37% of Students are dealing with stress and the suicide rate is increasing every day.



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