In May 2020, we surveyed 1000 respondents across the United States on “How much would you pay for a perfect night’s sleep during COVID-19 pandemic?”. The results reveal interesting data from what Americans would give up for a year of perfect sleep to differences in terms of sleep between males and females during the pandemic.
I. Survey Demographics
We surveyed 1,000 Americans from 18 years to 73 years. 51% of them are female while 49% are male.
II. Survey Results
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III. Major Takeaways
The average American would pay $328 for a perfect night’s sleep during the COVID-19 Pandemic. This is up from $306, the average amount Americans said they’d pay in 2019.
Things Americans would do in exchange for a year of perfect sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic:
The average Americans only get 6.6 hours of sleep per night during the COVID-19 pandemic, compared to 7.2 hours before the outbreak
IV. Methodology And Limitations
To collect the data shown above, we surveyed 1000 respondents who live in the United States. An attention-checker question was included to ensure the participants did not mindlessly answer questions.
Because the survey relies on self-reporting, issues such as telescoping and exaggeration can influence responses. Please also note that this survey’s results do not reflect our opinions.
V. Fair Use Statement
If you know someone who could benefit from our findings, feel free to share this project with them. The graphics and content are available for noncommercial reuse. All we ask is that you link back to this page so that readers get all the necessary information and our contributors receive proper credit.
Chris was a psychiatrist and neurologist with board certification in sleep medicine Clinical Associate Professor at the University of California. For over 10 years, he served and helped patients at Stanford Health Care-Stanford Hospital with their sleeping disorders.
After suffered from sleep disorders for years, Chris has been passionate about sleep health ever since. He wants to help others sleep better and wanted to make the world of sleep easy to understand for everyday people.