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Americans are feeling lonelier than ever

By Reuters
17 February 2019   |   2:00 pm
Americans are feeling lonelier than ever 45% of respondents in a survey from Fox News say they do not share a deep connection with anyone in their lives. That same group adds that they only fantasize about it. Of 692 Americans polled, 30% say they are not happy about being unable to open up to family and friends.

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