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Millennials are more likely to feel lonely than older generations.

Oct 23 2020

Millennials are more likely to feel lonely than older generations. According to an Ad Council survey, four in 10 of 18-34-year-olds always or often feel alone, which is nearly twice as many as those who are older than 55-years-old. Over a quarter of respondents reported feeling physically or socially isolated on a regular basis. But interestingly, there haven’t been significant increases in loneliness during the pandemic. Instead, COVID has negatively impacted happiness: Pre-pandemic, 57% of respondents said they felt happy on a regular basis and during the pandemic, 42% reported regularly feeling happy. YPulse’s exclusive COVID research found that 41% of 13-39-year-olds say their mental health has been negatively impacted because of Coronavirus. (MediaPost)