Anxiety has harmful effects on physical health. This new data slice uses data from the 2020-2022 National Health Interview Surveys to measure the anxiety levels among adults ages 18+ by race and ethnicity in the United States. Results show that Asian adults have lower average anxiety levels than other ethnoracial groups, but they experienced the largest increase in average anxiety levels between 2020 and 2022.
Asian Americans, Anxiety, Mental Health
Mental and Social Health | Race and Ethnicity | Sociology
Zhou, Tianqi, "Asian Americans Have Relatively Low Anxiety but Experienced Large Increases in Anxiety between 2020 and 2022" (2024). Population Health Research Brief Series. 238.
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