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Americans Far From Ready to Return to Leisure as Usual

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As the weekend approaches, people remain limited in their choices on what to do in their spare time. While businesses have widely reopened across the United States, the majority of Americans are still uncomfortable returning to “leisure as usual”.

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According to a poll regularly conducted by Morning Consult over the past few weeks, Americans are not comfortable engaging in pastime activities such as going to the movies, a concert or even just a restaurant in the face of the lingering coronavirus threat.

The numbers summed up in the following chart shine a light on an often overlooked aspect of the pandemic. While it’s great that many of us can still go about our jobs, in many cases from the safety of our homes, the lack of options to switch off and take our mind off things is taking its toll over time.

This chart shows the percentage of U.S. adults who said they’re currently uncomfortable doing the following.

Readiness to return to normal after coronavirus

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