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Stress levels in U.S. adults by region 2014

Average levels of stress among U.S. adults in 2014, by region

Stress levels in U.S. adults by region 2014 This statistic displays the average stress level among adults in the United States by region in 2014. Of those surveyed in the eastern part of the United States, the average reported level of stress was at 4.9, where 1 is little to no stress and 10 is a great deal of stress. Stress can impact overall health despite a lack of awareness. High stress can weaken the immune system and cause exhaustion in the body.
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Average levels of stress among U.S. adults in 2014, by region

Stress level (1 =very low, 10 very high)
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This statistic displays the average stress level among adults in the United States by region in 2014. Of those surveyed in the eastern part of the United States, the average reported level of stress was at 4.9, where 1 is little to no stress and 10 is a great deal of stress. Stress can impact overall health despite a lack of awareness. High stress can weaken the immune system and cause exhaustion in the body.
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Release date
February 2015
Region
United States
Survey time period
August 4 to 29, 2014
Number of respondents
3,068 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
Original question: "On a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 means you have little or no stress and 10 means you have a great deal of stress, how would you rate your average level of stress during the past month?"
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