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How comfortable would you be asking for money from celebrities?

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Recently, some celebrities have sent money to their fans affected by the coronavirus pandemic, after their followers have posted on social media about facing financial hardships. Would people be comfortable asking for money from celebrities on social media?

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Nearly half (49%) say they would be very uncomfortable asking for money from celebrities on social media if they were facing financial hardship because of COVID-19

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14% would be somewhat uncomfortable

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10% would be somewhat comfortable and 14% would be very comfortable

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18-to 34-year-olds (18%) are more likely to say they would be very comfortable asking for money on social media

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Has COVID-19 changed your sex life?

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As many people around the US quarantine, some may be finding that their behaviors around sex are changing. Some might be having sex with their partners more frequently, while others might be figuring out how to keep the spark alive from a distance. How are people changing their behaviors around sex?

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13% of US adults say that within the last two weeks, they've had sex with their partner more frequently

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One in twenty (5%) have sent explicit text messages

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3% have had phone sex; an equal number (3%) have had sex over video chat or sent naked pictures (3%)

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Nearly a quarter (23%) of 25-to 34-year-olds say they've had sex with their partner more often within the last two weeks

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Have you watched any livestreamed concerts recently?

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Artists including Beyoncé, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Backstreet Boys, Tim McGraw, and Mariah Carey have offered livestream concerts, where fans can tune in and watch performances from home. Have Americans been watching?

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14% of US adults say that within the last two weeks, they have watched a livestream concert

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However, most (83%) have not

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About one in five (21%) 25-to 34-year-olds has watched a livestream concert within the last two weeks

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Monday, March 30

Are Americans having sex more frequently during the COVID-19 lockdown?

Welcome to YouGov Daily, where we bring you new data every day on health, politics, entertainment, and other topical issues.

How comfortable would you be asking for money from celebrities?

Recently, some celebrities have sent money to their fans affected by the coronavirus pandemic, after their followers have posted on social media about facing financial hardships. Would people be comfortable asking for money from celebrities on social media?

Nearly half (49%) say they would be very uncomfortable asking for money from celebrities on social media if they were facing financial hardship because of COVID-19

14% would be somewhat uncomfortable

10% would be somewhat comfortable and 14% would be very comfortable

18-to 34-year-olds (18%) are more likely to say they would be very comfortable asking for money on social media

Has COVID-19 changed your sex life?

As many people around the US quarantine, some may be finding that their behaviors around sex are changing. Some might be having sex with their partners more frequently, while others might be figuring out how to keep the spark alive from a distance. How are people changing their behaviors around sex?

13% of US adults say that within the last two weeks, they've had sex with their partner more frequently

One in twenty (5%) have sent explicit text messages

3% have had phone sex; an equal number (3%) have had sex over video chat or sent naked pictures (3%)

Nearly a quarter (23%) of 25-to 34-year-olds say they've had sex with their partner more often within the last two weeks

Have you watched any livestreamed concerts recently?

Artists including Beyoncé, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Backstreet Boys, Tim McGraw, and Mariah Carey have offered livestream concerts, where fans can tune in and watch performances from home. Have Americans been watching?

14% of US adults say that within the last two weeks, they have watched a livestream concert

However, most (83%) have not

About one in five (21%) 25-to 34-year-olds has watched a livestream concert within the last two weeks

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