These are certainly challenging times and the spread of the coronavirus is causing widespread concern, particularly among people with mental health problems, anxiety issues and underlying health concerns. Statista is carrying out an ongoing poll into Americans' biggest worries amid the crisis and it's entitled the "Statista COVID-19 Barometer 2020".
It found that above all else, people in the U.S. are most worried about their family's health, given that the virus has the most severe outcome among the elderly. There has been a lot of discussion about the impact of lockdowns and social distancing on the U.S. economy and the country's economic stability was the second most cited worry on the list. Individual physical health came third.