Austrians see increasing fear and loneliness

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In an online survey by Makam Research GmbH among 622 Austrians aged 20 and older, eight out of ten respondents saw increasing fear in the population and loneliness among the people. Three quarters feared the increase in mental illness.

Three out of four identified a rising tendency for the state to control people through Corona, 73 percent felt themselves and their fellow men increasingly restricted in their own freedom. “Every second person recognizes a rising egoism of the people as an accompanying effect of Corona,” said a broadcast by Makam.

In spring, there was still hope that a crisis could also have a positive effect. “With the experiences of the past nine months, this glimmer of hope has clearly faded in the course of the second hard lockdown in autumn,” said Makam. Eight months ago, around three-quarters of Austrians still believed that there would be increased gratitude for what we have after the crisis, but currently only one in three thought so. The decline is even greater among those who expected people to be more attentive to others. Here, the number dropped from 70 percent to only a quarter.

  • hp with reports from derstandard.at. picture: pixabay.com
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