Stress in Seattle


The latest Stress in America™ survey shows that more adults in Seattle* have succeeded in efforts to reduce their stress, but many still struggle to reach overall healthy living goals. However, while their average reported stress level has decreased and fewer say they experience extreme stress (an 8, 9 or 10 on a 10-point scale, where 1 is “little or no stress” and 10 is “a great deal of stress”), the average stress level in Seattle exceeds what adults living there say is healthy.

* This report focuses only on the views of residents within the Seattle Metropolitan Statistical Area (2008 n=259; 2009 n=200; 2010 n=214; 2011 n=224; 2012 n=210) and the general population (2008 n=1791; 2009 n=1568; 2010 n=1134; 2011 n=1226; 2012 n=2020).
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