I. Survey Demographics
Who Took The Survey
SleepStandards conducted a survey with a random sample of 1,020 Americans aged between 18 and 73.
51% of them are female, while 49% are male.
II. Survey Results
Sleep patterns of Americans since They were forced to work from home
Factors that affect American sleep patterns while working remotely
Blur the boundaries between work and life
Difficulty switching off
End up working later
Solutions to improve sleep pattern
Setting a consistent sleep schedule
Reserving the bed only for sleep
Drawing a line between work and life
Watching what you consume
A screen ban before bed
Rooms for working from home
Changes in sleep duration of remote workers
Downtime activities of americans during the week
Watching streaming services
Getting more sleep
Using social media
Calling friends & Family
Sleep patterns of americans once the lockdown ends
Preferred work model after the lockdown
III. Methodology And Limitations
To collect the data shown above, we surveyed 1,020 respondents in the United States who have been forced to work from home during COVID-19. 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.
IV. 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.