Casper-Gallup State of Sleep in America 2022 Report
Discover how a range of factors affect Americans' sleep quality and the personal and systemic impact of poor sleep.
Researchers and medical experts across the world consistently agree that when it comes to your overall health and wellbeing, sleep matters. Yet, Americans often compromise quality sleep for the sake of work, personal to-do lists or other factors, despite common knowledge of its importance to our health.
In order to better understand the factors contributing to the quality and impact of sleep, Gallup partnered with Casper to conduct the State of Sleep in America study. This study of more than 3,000 U.S. adults provides a comprehensive perspective on the emotional, environmental, comfort and time factors that affect sleep quality. The report also highlights the several barriers to high-quality sleep for Americans and the impacts a good and poor night's sleep have on oneself and society.
Download this report to learn:
- What are the conditions that lead to higher-quality sleep?
- What are the positive effects of high-quality sleep?
- How do mental health and stress impact sleep?
- How are different generations sleeping?
Results are based on a survey conducted by web from Jan. 11 through Jan. 17, 2022, with 3,035 adults, ages 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia as a part of the Gallup Panel. For results based on this sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error at the 95% confidence level is ±1.9 percentage points for response percentages around 50% and is ±1.2 percentage points for response percentages around 10% or 90% (design effect included). For subgroups the margin of error will be larger, typically running from around ±4 to 5 percentage points for response percentages near 50% and ±2 to 3 percentage points for response percentages around 10% or 90%.
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Read the report press release.
The State of Sleep in America 2022 Report reveals key barriers to and behaviors around sleep quality for Americans and the impacts a good and poor night's sleep have on oneself and society. Read the press release for the full announcement and a summary of key findings.