Gallup Poll Says American's Happier During Quarantine

Adults in the U.S. are reporting more happiness during quarantine if you believe this Gallup Poll.

A study by Gallup shows less than half say they were worried most of the previous day, which is a drop from 59-percent over a month ago. The latest data, recorded between April 27th and May 10th, shows that Americans have less worry as some states begin to open up and ease stay-home restrictions.

The best news is 72-percent of those surveyed reported general happiness despite the fact that COVID-19-related deaths are still increasing. Researchers say everyone's future emotional well-being may depend on what happens with the disease as more and more parts of the nation try to return to some type of normal.

By the way, throughout, loneliness stats have stayed even, but boredom has dipped.

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