Stress related to COVID-19 and general anxiety have fallen among New Hampshire residents since earlier in the fall but symptoms of depression have increased. Most Granite Staters are avoiding large and enclosed gatherings and reported mask usage is higher than in the early summer. More than one-third of residents believe they or a household member have already had or currently has COVID-19. Republicans report less stress about COVID-19, are less likely to be avoiding large and enclosed gatherings, and are more likely to believe someone in their household has or already has had COVID-19 than Democrats.
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UNH Survey Center, "Anxiety & COVID-19 Stress Fall in NH but Depression on the Rise; Stark Partisan Differences in Reactions to Pandemic 12/11/2020" (2020). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 630.