Coronavirus: A poll suggests those aged 55 to 75 are the most likely to be in the group who accept the lockdown and adjust to a new way of life
Are you an accepter, a sufferer or a resister? Poll reveals the three different ‘pandemic personalities’ Britons have adopted during coronavirus lockdown [LINK]
Life in lockdown has brought out new sides to all of us – whether to the joy, horror or sheer bewilderment of the rest of the household.
But despite the many different facets of quarantine, it seems we all fall broadly into three confinement characters: the accepter, the sufferer and the resister.
A poll suggests those aged 55 to 75 are the most likely to be in the group who accept the lockdown and adjust to a new way of life.
In fact, they are unlikely to feel more anxious or depressed than usual, while just 12 per cent find their sleep has been affected and few are arguing more with the rest of the family.