Life In Quarantine: Vices and Gratitude

It’s no surprise we’re all giving in, as most of us feel some combination of cabin-fever (52%), anger (51%), and loneliness (48%) since stay-at-home orders have gone into effect

      • Around a third of Americans say they have felt overwhelmed (36%), claustrophobic (33%), annoyed (32%) since stay-at-home orders have gone into effect

But, at the same time, solitude is reminding us of what matters; Over three-quarters of Americans have felt compassionate (77%) and appreciative (75%) since stay-at-home orders have gone into effect 

And many are taking the extra time to make more home-cooked meals (68%) and eat more fresh food (42%); especially adults 35-49 and higher-income households

      • 74% of 35-49; 69% of 18-34 vs 60% of 65+
      • 74% of HHI $75k+ vs 59% <$50k

 

Methodology: This survey (Wave 7) was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,013 U.S adults from April 11 – 13, 2020. Wave 6 was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 1,993 U.S adults from April 3 – 5, 2020. Wave 5 was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,016 U.S adults from March 28 – 30, 2020. Wave 4 was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,023 U.S adults from March 21-22, 2020. Wave 3 of the survey was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,019 U.S adults from March 17-18, 2020. Wave 2 of the survey was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,050 U.S adults from March14-15, 2020. Wave 1 of this survey was fielded online among a nationally representative sample of 2,019 U.S adults from March 05 – 09, 2020.