BOXTEL, Netherlands, Jan. 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 25.8 % of Americans report Covid-19 has had a negative impact on their love life, according to a new study by Heart Beat Angels (HBA).
The survey also found men to be more likely to report that Covid-19 had a negative impact on their love life. 58% of the respondents that reported Covid-19 had a negative impact on their love life were male.
The survey polled a representative sample of 1005 men and women over the age of 18 in the United States. The survey was conducted online from January 26th to January 28th 2022. The research aims to add to the existing literature on the impact of covid-19 on the romantic lives of individuals and couples.
Older generations are less impacted by Covid-19 when it comes to their love life. 64.43% of respondents report Covid-19 does not have an impact on their love life at all. Of those who are not affected by Covid-19, 44.34% are aged 55 and above.
1/10th of Americans report Covid-19 has had a positive impact on their love life. 9.7% of respondents report Covid-19 has had a positive impact on their love life.
The love lives of men seem to be more significantly impacted by the pandemic. Looking at the data we see women are more likely to report that the Covid pandemic has had no impact on their love life at all. Men on the other hand are slightly more likely to report that the pandemic had a positive impact on their love life and are significantly more likely to report that the pandemic had a negative impact on their love life.
The study samples 1005 men and women in the United States. Respondents were spread evenly across regions (east, mid and west), gender (49% male, 51% female), and age (18-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45 – 54, 55 – 64, 65+).
Full report: https://www.beatangels.com/impact-covid-love-life/
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