- W2 results are similar to W1 where a larger proportion of residents scored a 0 or 1 (19%) compared to a 9 or 10 (9%) for feeling anxious, nervous or on edge yesterday. The most common score was a 5 in W2 compared to 3 in W1).
- Males are slightly less anxious compared to females with 12% of males giving a score of 0 compared to 7% of females.
- Residents with a disability are more anxious than those without (9% more residents with a disability gave a score of 8 or higher).
W1/W2 Sample chart:
This chart shows that wave 2 results for how anxious, nervous or on edge residents felt yesterday are similar to wave 1; a larger proportion of residents did not feel very anxious, nervous or on edge than did have these feelings (19% scored a 0 or 1 compared to 9% scoring a 9 or 10 in wave 2).
Base W1: 1,764 | W2: 1,208
This chart shows that older residents are the least likely to have felt anxious, nervous or on edge yesterday; 15% of those aged 65+ said they did ‘not at all’ experience these feelings yesterday compared to just 4% of those aged 25-34 giving the same response.
Base 16-24: 152 | 25-34: 256 | 35-44: 172 | 45-54: 191 | 55-64: 163 | 65+: 220
This chart shows that males were less anxious, nervous or on edge yesterday compared to females; 12% did ‘not at all’ experience these feelings compared to 7% of females.
Base Male: 574 | Female: 579
This chart shows that residents with a disability are more anxious, nervous or on edge than those with no disability, 14% gave a score of 9 or 10 compared to 9% of those with no disability giving those same scores.
Base Disability: 186 | No disability: 958