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  • Americans are experiencing sustained collective sadness
  • Americans are experiencing sustained collective sadness
    Joshua Rawson-Harris (2018) ©
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Americans are experiencing sustained collective sadness

According to a study, the expression of positive emotions online has been in steady decline since 2015. As people have experienced the multiple crises of 2020, they're setting new records for the ways they talk about the collective experience of negative emotions.

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