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Interesting Little Article - Bupa's "poor Mental Health" Survey On Msn

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http://www.msn.co.uk/health/worriedbritain...ult.asp?MSPSA=1

The list of issues people are worried about are:

44 per cent - Their health and their family's health

31 per cent - Their children's future

18 per cent - Crime/law and order

18 per cent - Economic recession/money

18 per cent - Job security

16 per cent - Their appearance/weight

14 per cent - Terrorist attacks

10 per cent - Climate change

9 per cent - Medical family history

9 per cent - Being alone

8 per cent - Retirement

5 per cent - Bird flu

5 per cent - War

10 per cent - None of the above

2 per cent - Don't know

As that this was a health survey, it's not surprising this is the top result. Given the well accepted problems of yob-culture and yoof crime, it's interesting to see that recession and job losses are next - even though they're not, as we know, being given any prime-time media coverage.

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http://www.msn.co.uk/health/worriedbritain...ult.asp?MSPSA=1

The list of issues people are worried about are:

44 per cent - Their health and their family's health

31 per cent - Their children's future

18 per cent - Crime/law and order

18 per cent - Economic recession/money

18 per cent - Job security

16 per cent - Their appearance/weight

14 per cent - Terrorist attacks

10 per cent - Climate change

9 per cent - Medical family history

9 per cent - Being alone

8 per cent - Retirement

5 per cent - Bird flu

5 per cent - War

10 per cent - None of the above

2 per cent - Don't know

As that this was a health survey, it's not surprising this is the top result. Given the well accepted problems of yob-culture and yoof crime, it's interesting to see that recession and job losses are next - even though they're not, as we know, being given any prime-time media coverage.

A.

Also interesting to see how bad people are at statistics. More people worry about terrorist attacks than climate change, even though climate change is likely to effect every single person on the planet to some degree, and will likely kill or impoverish millions, and yet terrorist attacks are unlikely to ever reach such a scale - if any of the current analysis can be believed. However, maybe they are worrying that the analysis of these problems is wrong. That's a lot to put yourself through.

Edited by Levy process

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