Baylor survey examines emotional response to COVID-19 – Waco Tribune

In the questions concerning an emotional response to COVID-19, participants were asked how often they feel “happy, sad, confident, tense, relaxed, lonely, cared for and angry” now compared to before the COVID-19 pandemic. A solid majority, 63%, felt more worried, followed by 45.4% who felt sadder, 43.3% lonelier and 34% angrier.