Research: What Brazilians Listen to During Quarantine to Lighten Moods

A Deezer research study shows how different generations use music and podcasts to deal with feelings during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A study by the Deezer streaming platform, with 11,000 people worldwide including 2,000 Brazilians, analyzed people's behavior during the novel coronavirus quarantine and the relationship of feelings to what has been listened to among songs, news, and podcasts.

In Brazil, anxiety prevails. In every generation, this sentiment gets more than double the answers in relation to the second-placed feeling, which is optimism.

Among Millennials - those born between 1980 and 1995 - 42.4 percent said they were anxious. For Generation Z - those born in 2000 or later - this rate is 37.2 percent . . .

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