One The study was completed by the US Census Bureau In collaboration with five federal agencies, it was found that one-third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety or depression over the coronavirus.
Mental health has become a serious problem in the United States as reports of at least 100,000 deaths due to coronavirus and month-long home stay orders have spread to billions worldwide.
The survey, which began on April 23, ran for 90 days and collected data from about 40,000 people.
According to the results, 47.4 percent of adults aged 18 to 29 showed signs of anxiety or depression, compared to only 19.8 percent of adults in their 70s.
As a question related to depression in a 2014 study found that about 50 percent of adults who showed symptoms showed symptoms, the study also found that the findings also showed a direct link to the epidemic.
The study found that people with less education and those aged 18-29 also had higher rates of anxiety and depression.
According to the data, Hispanic and black adults also showed higher rates of depression than the Asian or white communities surveyed.
In the United States, black communities, such as Chicago, have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus, according to health experts.
Black Americans reported more than 50 percent of coronavirus cases in Chicago and about 0.5 percent of COVID-19 related deaths in the city in early April.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the survey is intended to collect data to measure “the social and economic impact of COVID-19 on American households.”
The survey will help monitor American mental health and “evaluate national health objectives, overall health policies and programs, and track changes in health behavior and healthcare use,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).