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COVID-19 – Those under 35 feel the biggest impact on their mental health

Stollznow Research with Dynata, have been tracking the reaction of Australians to COVID-19. The fourth installment in a series of reports has landed! 

Key findings include:

  • Those under 35 years of age feel the biggest impact on their mental health.
  • Since  July there has been a sharp decrease in how Australia compares to other countries in the response to COVID-19.
  • Those under 55 years of age are almost as concerned with finance as at the beginning of the pandemic. 
  • Concern with health of the elderly is at the same level as at the beginning of the pandemic. 


The fieldwork for this report was conducted on March 19 to August 13 and charts the changes that have taken place from the commencement, lockdown and reopening of Australia.

Download the full report here.

Websites: Stollznow Research and Dynata

 

 

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