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- Fear of job loss: Americans living in the Northeast and West are more likely than those in the Midwest or South (65% and 63% vs. 47% and 58%). And (72%) are concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on their personal finances, an increase of 7% since June 29th at 65%
- Fear for others and shortages: Nearly 9 in 10 (86%) are concerned about the impact coronavirus has on the health of their older friends and relatives and the fear of healthcare worker shortages; an increase of 7% since June 29th at 79%)
- Fear for long term health. We don’t know enough about COVID-19’s long term impact. More than three quarters of Americans (77%) are concerned about its impact on their personal health – an increase of 5% since June 29th at 72%. Gen X and Seniors are more likely than Gen Z/Millennials (84% and 79% vs. 72%).
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