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Losing It: 72% Of Locked-Down Americans Say They’ll Reach ‘Breaking Point’ By Mid-June

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Lockdown Will Lead People to Snap, Crackle, Pop

Everyone knows Americans [and especially Illinoisans] are suffering from “cabin fever” after being isolated in their homes for six weeks. But a survey by the Kelton Global firm adds some data meat to the anecdotal evidence.

Of the 1,900 people Kelton surveyed, 72% said they expect to reach a “breaking point” by mid-June if lockdown orders are still in place. A jarring 100% of respondents said they would snap if the lockdowns lasted longer than six months.

The “breaking point drivers” for people are what you’d expect loneliness, arguments with one’s spouse or family, constant anxiety and depression.

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