These are the conclusions from an Ipsos poll administered in 2018 by Cigna. For the survey, a sample of 20,096 adults ages 18 and over from the continental U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii was examined online, in English.
The investigation’s poll is based on the UCLA Loneliness Scale, a 20-item poll produced to evaluate perceptions of loneliness or social isolation. A guide was designed based on these 20 declarations, which include a fair mix of positive and negative statements, and people were designated a loneliness score based on their replies to these inquiries. Higher scores mean grown loneliness. More