The current political environment is particularly affecting men as well as those with children in the household; and even Trump voters are feeling anxious. Key survey findings include: Men vs. Women
- 54 percent of men report feeling more anxious because of the January inauguration; and of those who have experienced some of the more common symptoms of anxiety, 51 percent have seen or considered seeing a doctor for their symptoms.
- In comparison, only 48 percent of women are feeling more anxious because of the January inauguration and only 28 percent who have experienced some of the more common symptoms of anxiety have seen or considered seeing a doctor for their symptoms.
- 72 percent of adults with children in the household are at least somewhat anxious because of the November election results versus 51 percent percent of adults without children in the household.
- 57 percent of adults with children in the household who have experienced some of the more common symptoms of anxiety have seen or considered seeing a doctor for their symptoms as compared to only 22 percent of adults without children in the household.
- 43 percent of Trump voters report feeling anxious because of the November election results.
- 42 percent of Trump voters also agree that the President is causing more people to have anxiety.
- 41 percent of Trump voters are looking for ways to cope with the negative political environment and 36 percent are avoiding social media to reduce anxiety around political comments.
- Political Anxiety Men vs. Women in America
- Political Anxiety Among Adults with Children in the Household
The survey was conducted online within the United States by Radius Global Market Research on behalf of CareDash between March 23-27, among 2,135 adults ages 18+ who reside in the U.S. Surveys were conducted in English. Data were weighted to reflect U.S. Census data. Weighting variables included age, gender and region. The symptoms of anxiety included in the survey are the most common symptoms of anxiety as provided by the National Institute of Mental Health and the Mayo Clinic and include weight gain, weight loss, depression, suicidal thoughts, trouble sleeping, feelings of nervousness, relationship distress and resentment or anger. About CareDash.com:
Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, CareDash.com is an online healthcare portal transforming the doctor review industry to make it more transparent and accessible for all patients regardless of their socio-economic background. Unlike other doctor review sites, CareDash does not influence, suppress or remove negative reviews in exchange for payment from providers. Unbeknownst to patients, existing doctor review sites accept payments from doctors to remove and hide negative reviews. CareDash also services more patients in the low-to-middle income range than leading patient review sites – many of whom have traditionally been ignored and underrepresented in this space. About Radius Global Market Research:
Radius Global Market Research (www.radius-global.com) is one of the largest independent market-research companies. For more than 50 years, the business has partnered with global marketers to develop insight-based strategies that drive brand performance. A superior level of senior team involvement is the hallmark of Radius GMR’s approach. Radius GMR is based in New York. Global operations include London-based Radius Europe, Radius MEA in Dubai, and Radius Asia in Beijing. SOURCE CareDash
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